The one thing that you are bound to feel with each of these images is nostalgia!
For many, their prom is likely to be one of the most unforgettable days of their school days. It is an initiation into the adult world where we get to dress up and feel like adults.
The former first lady Michelle Obama, who understands the importance of such milestones, decided to use this in a way to share a message. She shared her prom photo and started the #promchallenge as an initiative to "celebrate and recognize 20 high schools across the country integrating voter registration into their schools in the most creative and impactful ways."
Throwing it back to my 1982 prom night and this pink satin, polka-dotted dress.— Michelle Obama (@MichelleObama) February 18, 2020
Join the #PromChallenge with @WhenWeAllVote and @MTV and tell us what your school is doing to register students to vote. You could get a free prom for your school! Learn more: https://t.co/ggVjRpS3CU pic.twitter.com/x5lP0LHOUf
Students have until March 13 to submit their applications and authorization forms, to share their creative ideas to impact their friends into voting. The 20 winners will receive up to $5,000 for their school's prom. Other celebrities fashionably joined Obama's efforts to encourage students to register to vote, CNN reported.
Here are some sweet and a few awkward photos of celebrities from their prom night.
Prom is unforgettable 🕺and so is voting in your first election! Join @WhenWeAllVote & @MTV to help your classmates get registered to vote and they might just help you throw your school an unforgettable prom. Sign up your school for the #PromChallenge at https://t.co/tlFIrIKwk1! pic.twitter.com/0FRRYIxARG— Rita Wilson (@RitaWilson) February 19, 2020