Teen edits Ryan Reynolds into prom photos and he responds
GABI Dunn's boyfriend Jeff broke up with her just after they'd gone to prom together. But instead of wailing and crying into a tub of ice cream because all of her prom photos would be forever tainted by her ex's cooties, she got to work and did something about it.
The Canadian teenager photoshopped the person she wished she'd taken to prom, Ryan Reynolds. (To which we say, "Good choice!")
According to Gabi, the break up was pretty bad - but when you've spent so much time, effort and money on looking flawless for a day, she wanted to have photos she could look back on fondly.
"I didn't want to waste my prom photos, so I just Photoshopped Ryan Reynolds in," she told Yahoo Style.
"I kind of have a huge love for Ryan Reynolds, and I was totally feeling myself on prom day, so I wanted to post my look."
"Who could be a better prom date than him?"
The best part about her post is that Ryan Reynolds, King of Twitter, got in on it. He suggested they go one step further and edit Jeff out of the yearbook:
Seeing as Ryan is wedded to the goddess-like Blake Lively, this is possibly the best happily ever after she could have hoped for in this scenario. It was only made sweeter by the fact it royally pissed off her ex-boyfriend.
A bitter Jeff obviously didn't heed the #DontMessWithGabi note, because he posted an unedited image of himself with Gabi at prom, captioning it with, "Jokes on you now I'm not going to see Deadpool 2, my 11$ is going to @KevinHart4real"
Turns out Gabi is not the first person to have to make drastic changes to their prom photo.
Others were quick to share their prom photos which starred the likes of Zac Efron, Channing Tatum and Ryan Gosling.
Ultimately it seems the break up (and brush with stardom) has done young Gabi a world of good - at least if her Twitter feed is anything to go by:
I have found happiness in myself because I don't feel the need to find it in a man— Gabi Dunn (@gabidunn99) July 4, 2017
This article originally appeared on Kidspot and has been republished here with permission.