The Poet For Biden's Inauguration Is The Youngest In US History

She's 56 years younger than Joe Biden. 🤯
The Poet For Biden's Inauguration Is The Youngest In US History

Inauguration Day has arrived and the ceremony is set to be quite unlike any other.

On top of the already stacked celebrity line-up, including Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez, the ceremony will also feature a poet by the name of Amanda Gorman, who will go down in history as the youngest inaugural poet the country has ever seen.

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Gorman was invited to present by the soon-to-be First Lady Jill Biden and will be reading her original poem entitled "The Hill We Climb" in front of Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and millions of Americans for the 59th presidential inauguration.

She now joins a prestigious list of historical poets, including Dr. Maya Angelou and Robert Frost, who have had the honor to do so.

Gorman already has a long list of achievements, as she will soon release her first children's book Change Sings, a lyrical picture book with the goal of reminding young readers they have the power to shape the world.

At the young age of 16, she was named the Youth Poet Laureate of Los Angeles, and just a few years later was named the first National Youth Poet Laureate while studying at Havard University.