Too Lazy To Go Out? Here All The Celebs You Missed In Ottawa Yesterday

#WeDay 2016!
Too Lazy To Go Out? Here All The Celebs You Missed In Ottawa Yesterday

We Day, "an unparalleled event that brings together world-renowned speakers, A-list performers, and tens of thousands of youth to celebrate a year of action that transformed communities and changed lives", was in Ottawa yesterday. Held at the Canadian Tire Centre, the event is organized by The We Movement, a collective that works to "bring people together and gives them the tools to change the world".

Yesterday's event in our hometown had over 16,000 attendees - including one very special Justin Trudeau.

Aside from all the inspiring speeches, here are all the celebs you missed at We Day Ottawa.

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Justin Trudeau

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I don't need to put a description here.

Paula Abdul

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Singer. Dancer. Occasionally anti Simon Cowell.

Classified

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Rapper. Juno award winner.

Maripier Morin

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TV host.

Hedley

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Pop-rock group. Apparently named after a real-estate ad for the BC mining town of Hedley.

Tyler Shaw

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Singer. Winner of the 2012 MuchMusic Coca-Cola Covers Contest.

Kardinal Offishall

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Artist. Creator of "Dangerous (Feat. Akon)" - the middle school hit of our lives.

Chloe Wilde

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E! Canada and ETalk CTV Host.

Serena Ryder

Singer. Juno award winner.

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