“Hands to Myself” singer Selena Gomez will reunite with former co-star and BFF Demi Lovato at the We Day event on August 4. Lovato will be performing while Gomez will do the hosting. The “No Promises” singer is set to perform a duet with The Muppet.

WE Day 2017 will be hosted by Selena Gomez

Aside from Justin Bieber’s ex-girlfriend and the “Instruction” hit maker, special guests will be Tyrese Gibson, DJ Khaled, Alessia Cara with STOMP, and Alicia Keys. Daily Mail reported that a teaser video has been released on July 17. Gomez said in the clip that those who want to roll up their sleeves to make a difference; they have come to the exact place.

The show is about positive ideas that will become an inspiration for the youth.

The 24-year-old singer will talk about the feeling of being underestimated and judged. She added that she wants everyone to feel powerful and they have the power if they work on building up each other. The event will be telecast on CBS at 8 p.m. E.T. on August 4.

PM Justin Trudeau to attend WE Day with his wife

In Canada, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau will attend the event according to Ottawa Citizen. The celebrities who will make it to the one-day event are Margaret Trudeau, the Prime Minister’s mother, Marc Dupré, Hedley, Tom Jackson, Nelly Furtado, Gov. General David Johnston, Alex Nevsky, Lilly Singh, Les Trois Accords, the Barenaked Ladies, and more.

The event will tackle homelessness, social activism, education, poverty, inner city violence, equality and much more. Since 2007, the WE Charity has accumulated $45 million which has benefitted 1,000 charities. Most of the funds went to children in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Canadian organizers will feature a surprise mystery guest who is a Canadian musical and cultural icon.

Craig Kielburger founded the charity in 1995 and was inaugurated in 2007 until today. More than 14 million hours for local and global causes and collected 5.6 million pounds of food for local food banks. This event held in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Canada has been benefiting young people not just from the three countries but from other continents.

WE Day is not only a one-day event but a year-long endeavor that will empower, educate, and inspire. It supports schools’ participation (WE Schools). To participate, the school must undertake both a local and global action for change during the year.