Homecoming Queen Gives Her Crown To Her Friend Who Was Bullied

Paula Thomas | September 25th, 2014

Lillian Skinner is a senior at Grand Prairie High School. She was recently bullied by a group of mean girls at her high school. They nominated her as their homecoming queen as a prank and made fun of her looks.

Two of Lillian’s friends, Anahi Alvarez and Naomi Martinez made a pact that if either of them won, they would give their crowns to Lillian. Well, guess what, one of them one.

Watch this amazingly heartwarming video below and remember, there are still good people in this world and never judge a book by its cover:

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