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Bride Plays Along When Little Girl With Autism Mistakes Her For Cinderella

“Have fun at the ball!”

A so-called Cinderella has gone viral after she turned out to be a bit of a fairy godmother, granting a big wish to a little girl. Five-year-old Layla Lester has autism and is a huge Disney princess fan. Her mom says Layla saw Olivia Spark taking her wedding photos in a park and she thought the bride was Cinderella.

Wedding and wildlife photographer Nicole Wickins saw the moment unfolding and started snapping pictures. The sweet moment quickly made its way around the internet ever since.

Nicole said:

“Suddenly, this little girl ran up to Olivia shouting, ‘Cinderella, Cinderella!’”

Olivia was posing with her groom a.k.a Prince Charming at the time when Layla spotted her. Seeing the pure innocence and excitement on the little girl’s face, the bride took a break from their shoot to play Cinderella.

The newlywed played along and talked to Layla for several minutes before telling her, “Well, we’re going to the ball now. Okay?” The little girl then responded, “Bye! Have fun at the ball!”

The mother of the groom witnessed the sweet moment and took to social media to share that Olivia “was just so sweet with her [Layla] and just kept talking to her and asking her questions.”

Olivia said:

“I was flattered. I was in tears that she thought I was a princess, and it just made my day absolutely more amazing than what it already was.”

After her wedding day, Olivia’s family went on Facebook to try to find Layla’s family to share photos from their meeting. It took no time at all for the post to be shared far and wide, and for Layla and Olivia to be reunited, sparking a friendship that feels like it’s out of a fairy tale.

It’s not that hard to make someone happy. Sometimes, all you have to do is to find your inner princess.

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Teenager Drives 220 Miles To Deliver Sick Man’s Favorite Pizza

Faith in humanity officially restored!

Some people can truly astound us with their kindness and generosity. A teenager who works at a pizza place decided to break the restaurant's "no delivery" policy for a terminally ill customer. In addition to that, the 18-year-old drove 220 miles just to make sure the sick man could enjoy his favorite pizza.

Dalton Shaffer was working at Steve's Pizza in Battle Creek, Michigan when he received the call. The man on the other line told the teenager about his son-in-law Rich Morgan, who loved the restaurant's pizza. Although the man only asked if Steve's could send Rich a text or card, Shaffer decided that he should deliver the ill man his favorite pie. He insisted on doing so despite being told that Rich is in Indianapolis or that Steve's does not make deliveries.

The teenager traveled seven hours roundtrip so a dying man could enjoy his favorite pizza.

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Lady Gaga Explains Powerful Reason For Wearing An Oversized Suit In Event

Many thought Lady Gaga’s look was a fail until she explained why she wore it.

Lady Gaga is not a newbie when it comes to making a fashion statement. So when she attended Elle magazine’s “Women in Hollywood” event wearing an oversized Marc Jacobs pantsuit, many thought it was one of her underwhelming choices.

Although many would agree that the baggy suit was quite simple for Lady Gaga, and some even said it was ill-fitting, the meaning behind it may just be her most powerful yet. In her speech, she revealed the meaning behind her fashion choice for the event.

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Teen Gets Rejected And Laughed At Before Prom, Then 13 Girls Ask To Be His Date

“I felt like one of the popular kids in school.”

In a world where social media is a huge part of our existence, “prom proposals” or "promposals" quickly became an "in" thing. Before, asking someone to be your prom date was as simple as asking the question. Now, these moments are being captured on film and shared on several social media platforms.

It certainly takes a lot of guts to ask someone on a date, especially when you’re a shy, not-so-popular high school student who’s never done it before. Dakota Nelson is a sophomore from Gray, Louisiana, and he wanted to ask his friend to the homecoming dance.

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