It’s never a surprise to see Andrew W.K. popping up in the most unexpected places with his ‘Party Hard’ mentality and endless source of party tips for friends and fans. However, his latest public appearance at the 'My Little Pony' convention was certainly a unique one.

Each year the fans and followers of 'My Little Pony' gather for their annual ‘My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic’ Convention, and this year, Andrew W.K. served on a panel at the convention in Strongsville, Ohio.

Andrew W.K. is never short on inspiring words and his message for the fans was one of individuality and joy, saying, “The amount of joy being conjured up in this room ... it will spread through the whole universe. You should feel proud of that; that's a real achievement."

He also commented on the inclusive nature of the event and the overall acceptance he felt right away. “It's a humbling experience ... to be a part of something, even if it's like a neighborhood," said Andrew W.K. "It doesn't mean you're giving up a part of yourself. We choose to get together and celebrate our uniqueness."

The 'My Little Pony' franchise began in the early ‘80s with the line of pony doll figurines geared towards young girls and has carried on with cartoons and animated features including the latest televised series ‘My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.’ Strangely enough, according to Rolling Stone, a subculture of older teen men and adults who watch the show referred to as ‘bronies’ made up the majority of the attendees in Andrew W.K.’s panel.