Grab your corsages -- it's prom season. These days, teens are going to extremes to secure that date and many are making a name for themselves online.
Inviting a date to prom or a "promposal" has now risen to a new level. They range from the sweet, to the hilarious, to the choreographed.
We went behind the scenes with Senior guys Keaton, Colin and Jonas after their prom invite became a huge hit at their high school. Accomplice Hannah helped them work up some dance moves. Then, after a lot of planning, three hours of rehearsal and 40 minutes of nerves -- it's showtime.
Their dates Delaney, Carly and Anna had no clue what was coming.
So, how do you make a girl feel special at prom, according to these high school students:
Jonas: "I'd say first and foremost, tell her she's special."
Colin: "You just have to tell her she's pretty - each and everyday."
Keaton: "Finding something that is special between the two of you."
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And here's one for the road:
Colin: "Good night texts...After you get off the phone with her, after she goes to bed to sleep, you give her a little text to tell her how you feel. It's really nice. She wakes up to it, she feels good, she's smiling in the morning. It's a great way to start her day."
Need inspiration? Watch this sweet promposal:
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If humor is more your style, take a look at this promposal:
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