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LGBTQA Student Resource Center to host Todrick Hall for National Coming Out Week

Todrick Hall donut Credit: Penn StateCreative Commons

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Todrick Hall, who recently announced his new MTV reality show “Todrick,” will be speaking at 9 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 12, in Freeman Auditorium in the HUB Robeson Center on Penn State's University Park campus. The event, sponsored by the LGBTQA Student Resource Center and UPAC, is part of National Coming Out Week, observed annually at Penn State to celebrate coming out and to raise awareness of the Penn State LGBTQA community. Doors open at 8:30 p.m.

Between assisting in the choreography of Beyoncé’s groundbreaking music video “Blow,” writing musical YouTube parodies, and masterminding Virgin America’s latest safety video, Todrick is a multifaceted artist and entertainment powerhouse.

With more than a million YouTube subscribers and a hyper-engaged fan base, Todrick has established a strong social media presence by skillfully captivating his audience through his live experiences. With a goal to one day be included among the entertainment industry’s elite group of EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony) winners, Todrick’s talents include everything from incredible vocal and acting abilities to cutting edge choreography.

Todrick has made a huge splash in the industry, gaining recognition from USA Today and earning coveted spots on Business Insider’s “Hottest YouTube Stars Alive” and Forbes “30 under 30 Entertainment” lists.

Last Updated April 19, 2017