Teen Invites The Rock To Her Prom And His Response Is The Absolute Best
6 monthes ago - By Scary Mommy
The Rock made sure this teen would be the envy of her whole school
Can we please just elect Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson president? I'd also settle for just meeting him once, because he's simply a wonderful human and dad who openly shares his life struggles and seems genuinely appreciative of his fans. The latest example of Johnson being the all-around best is his response to a high school senior who tweeted a video invite to get him to come to her prom.
Katie Kelzenberg is a senior at Stillwater Area High School in Oak Park Heights, Minnesota. She boldly took to Twitter last week to ask...
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