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Geeky high schooler asks Kate Upton to prom on YouTube; she says maybe

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Remember when Mila Kunis accepted a Marine's YouTube video invitation to attend the Marine Corps ball?

Well now a high school senior is trying the same tack, only this time its with supermodel Kate Upton.

And it just might work, too.

Geeky Upton escort wannabe Jake Davidson posted a YouTube video on Sunday asking the Upton to accompany him to his high school prom, because he doesn't have a girlfriend.

"I'm gonna be real with you here, I don't have a girlfriend, and with prom season coming around, that could be problematic for some," he explains. "But I'm me, I'm Optimus Prime, and I see the glass half full."

He proved that by explaining why apparent opposites such as he and Upton attract: “You're the ying to my yang, I'm Jewish, 5'9 on a really good day - and I can't dance at all. You're Christian, 5'10, and that Cat Daddy video should have won an Oscar for best short film - you could say this is destiny."

"Kate we can ride around all night long, 'til 11, that's my curfew," he added.

The video has already been viewed by over 100,000 people, including Upton, who retweeted it to her followers and also responded via Twitter:

“You can call me Katie if you want! How could I turn down that video! I'll check my schedule ;)”

Davidson couldn't believe his luck.

“You truly are incredible," he replied. "Just responding made my year, thanks so much! P.S. Hope your schedule is free!”

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