Kate Upton, Brooklyn Decker, Beyonce, Megan Fox Asked to Prom by Top Recruits
Being one of the nation's top college football recruits comes with its challenges...and sometimes their biggest ones aren't exactly on the field. In football, you are aware of your competitors, but when it comes to asking your crush to prom there's no telling who you're up against. In this game of hearts, some will win and some will lose, but all will remember how nerve wrecking it can be.
What happens if your dream prom date is a celebrity? Can these recruits come up with a plan that's impressive and creative enough to get their celebrity dream girl to say yes? Transformers star Megan Fox is the "it" girl this season. It seems like Adam Breneman and John Lopez will have to battle it out for this one. Which one will Ms. Fox say yes to, Adam's grass grand gesture or John's silly sincere line?
Can Kenny Bigelow's tough exterior combined with his sweet voice be the formula for the perfect proposal? Only Nicky Whelan can tell us.
Will OJ Howard be playing for Notre Dame after taking his celebrity crush, Skylar Diggins to prom? We will know soon enough!
Max Redfield believes he will one-up the competition by taking it abroad. Will a European tour with a twist be enough for a diva like Beyonce?
Garrett Sickels would love to take Brooklyn Decker. But who does he really need a yes from, Brooklyn herself or Andy Roddick?
We will let you know which celebrity will be accepting a corsage from these recruits. Best of luck to all of them!
How would you ask your celebrity dream date to prom? Are you more creative than these athletes? Prove it to us in the comments below. Best proposal gets read in next week's show! May the best man win.
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