‘Masked Singer’ Judge Ken Jeong to Host AAPI Heritage Month Event
The Masked Singer judge and The Masked Dancer panelist Ken Jeong will host MTV’s Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month celebration, See Us Unite for Change.
Right now, Ken Jeong is one of the most recognizable AAPI faces in Hollywood. You may recognize Ken Jeong’s face from a number of successful acting roles, like the legendary movie trilogy The Hangover.
Ken Jeong to Host Televised AAPI Heritage Month Celebration
Jeong will bring his comedic talents to a new global audience for a worthy broadcasted cause entitled See Us Unite for Change. The 51-year-old comedian will host an evening featuring notable Asian American Pacific Island figures and allies.
The event will be aired nationally and worldwide across channels associated with the MTV Entertainment brand. They include MTV, Comedy Central, VH1, BET, and Nickelodeon. For those without access to cable, it will stream exclusively on Facebook Watch.
The executive producers for See Us Unite For Change are Sheila Lirio Marcelo, Founder of Care.com, and Jesse Collins, Kimmie Kim, and Carol Donovan of Jesse Collins Entertainment.
The Masked Singer Judge Raises Awareness About AAPI Discrimination
See Us Unite for Change is part of the broader advocacy campaign, See Us Unite. The campaign seeks to amplify voices and encourage education about the Asian American experience.
The purpose of the telecast is to educate viewers about the AAPI community’s impact and inspire them to support efforts against discrimination.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began last year, there has been a wave of racially-motivated violence. The AAPI Heritage Month Celebration comes following the surge in shootings and micro-aggressions against the AAPI community.
The special event will feature a diverse collection of music, comedic performances, short film packages and guest speakers.
See Us Unite For Change will air Friday, May 21 at 8 p.m. EDT on MTV Entertainment affiliated networks.
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