Michigan Teens Competing In Duct Tape Prom Attire Contest
Have you ever heard of the Stuck at Prom Scholarship Contest? It's a nationwide contest where contestants that attend their high school prom wear formal wear that has been made completely out of duct tape. I have to say that the designs are quite impressive and this year, there are some students from a high school in West Michigan that have made it to the final round of voting.
According to FOX 17, Baylee DeVos of Caledonia High School and Blake Johnson of The Potter’s House High School in Wyoming are finalists in this year's competition. The grand prize is an impressive $10,000 each for best dress and tuxedo. You can click here to cast your vote and keep in mind that voting ends on Monday, June 25th. (You can vote once per day.) Here are some pictures of their duct tape prom attire courtesy of Baylee's mom, Phyllis. :)
Thinking about trying this yourself? Well, it takes a lot of time. According to the report, it took them 150 hours to make their prom attire. Click here to learn more about it.
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