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15-year-old scores Lindsey Vonn for homecoming

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“Do you want to go to a high school dance with me on Friday?” 15-year-old Parker McDonald said when asking Lindsey Vonn to his homecoming dance.

Luckily for Parker, Vonn agreed to his proposal making his friends and myself jealous that he’s now taking a smoking hot Olympic gold medalist to Vail’s Ski and Snowboard Academy homecoming dance Friday night.

Here is the scoop according to Vonn’s Facebook page:

Yesterday I visited the Vail Ski and Snowboard Academy and while I was eating lunch with all the students a 15 year old boy named Parker asked me if I would be his date for their homecoming dance which is tonight. When Parker asked me he was cute, nervous and very polite so of course I said YES! :) All through school growing up I never got the chance to go to a school dance so I’m excited for tonight! :) xo LV.

Give the kid props, I certainly didn’t have that kind of courage when hitting on the hottest girl in school.

Photo via @Doug Haney | U.S. Ski Team

[h/t: Forth-Place Medal]

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5 Comments

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  2. MusicLady

    November 5, 2011 at

    I think that was very very sweet of Lindsey to go to that dance with that young man…She made his high school years some to always remember.

    • Rennie

      November 8, 2011 at

      … Yeah maybe. But it brought her good PR! I can't imagine that this was as spontaneous as it is made to believe here.

  3. chappy81

    November 6, 2011 at

    Didn't Mila Kunis do something like this? Lucky kid…

  4. Rennie

    November 8, 2011 at

    Good idea by the PR manager! I don't think for a minute that this was spontaneous.

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