That One Night

There's always that night that you look forward too. That one night where everything has to go perfect. For me, that night is prom. It's our only night where it doesn't matter who you are, or what you've done. It's our only night to be who you are. But could meeting someone famous get in the way on that one night?


17. Chapter 17

*Two days later*

I curled the last section of my long hair so that it flowed just below my chest.

"Sarah hurry up! You'll be late!" my mum shouted up the stairs. I looked at myself one more time in the mirror. I'd tried to copy what Lou had done to my hair and makeup for the video and I had to admit that I hadn't done that bad. My hair curled perfectly around my face and down my back. I had minimal makeup on but it worked somewhat, showing off my natural features. For the first time this week I looked happy and more like me. The long green dress rested on the floor with my silver high heels shining underneath. The dress fitted me in all the right places. My thoughts drifted to Harry. Did we suit each other on the video? I could imagine him here with me now, standing next to me with his hand around my waist. I shook the thoughts out of my head and went downstairs to my mum and sister taking pictures.


I ran up to Layla and gave her a massive hug. It was the first time I'd seen her in weeks. She was wearing a gorgeous short red dress with huge black stilettos. She looked beautifully dangerous. As we walked inside and took our seats I told her a brief story about what had happened in America. When I'd finished she hugged me and made me feel better but I still felt down. We had our meal and then the music started and people started dancing but I just didn't feel like it. I sat in the corner sipping my drink whilst I watched everyone dancing and having fun. After about an hour of it I'd had enough. I finished my drink and grabbed my stuff. I headed onto the dance floor to tell Layla I was going when I heard it. The beginning of "Gotta be you" started blasting out of the speakers. I couldn't deal with this, not now. I searched round frantically for Layla, wanting to get out of there immediately. Suddenly all the girls started running towards the stage and screaming. I looked up on the stage and saw five silhouettes standing in the middle.


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