Watch Will Ferrell End Commencement Speech By Singing “I Will Always Love You”

His rendition is shaky, but appropriately dramatic for the occasion.

Comedian and actor Will Ferrell addressed University of Southern California's Class of 2017 on Friday as the commencement speaker and gave a somewhat unconventional speech. While he spent most of his 25 minute speech giving inspirational advice and guidance to the graduating class, he ended his speech by breaking out into song--specifically "I Will Always Love You," the love ballad made famous by Whitney Houston and Dolly Parton. Though his rendition is a little shaky vocally, it's appropriately dramatic for the occasion. Watch Ferrell's rendition around the 24 minute mark above.

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Watch Will Ferrell End Commencement Speech By Singing “I Will Always Love You”