Mariah Carey surprises Schitt’s Creek cast during Hero performance

Derrick Santistevan

Mariah Carey made a surprise look as part of the Schitt’s Creek cast’s performance of her renowned tune Hero during YouTube’s Dear Class of 2020 graduation unique on Sunday.

Daniel Levy, his on and off-screen daddy Eugene, Catherine O’Hara, and Annie Murphy repeated their functions as the Rose family to share a performance of the traditional song as a thank you to the instructors who assisted the 2020 trainees graduate in spite of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The quartet was signed up with by a host of their co-stars, consisting of Daniel’s on-screen hubby Patrick, played by star Noah Reid, and Emily Hampshire’s character Stevie Budd.

As the group began their Zoom performance, they made it through to the last line of the song, when Mariah herself got on to provide the last line.

“Moira, darling, I hope you didn’t mind that I jumped in like that,” Carey stated, referencing Catherine’s on-screen modify ego, starlet Moira Rose. “You all sounded so good that I had to get in on it.”

Plainly stunned at the look of his hero, Daniel, in character as David Rose, yelled: “I think I’m having a heart attack!”

Mariah then shared her own message to those viewing the YouTube unique.

“To the students who had to deal with this bleak moment, congratulations on this historic accomplishment,” she smiled. “To all the students and teachers, you are so appreciated. And I just want to say, Class of 2020, you made it!”

The super star concluded her look by singing a couple of lines of her tune Constantly Be My Child – the song Patrick sings to David as they wed in the ending of the hit show – leading David to pass out and shout: “I love you!”

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