Just ask Lucas Bane and David Devora who recently shared one of the most AH-Mazing moments of their lives with the world - the night they got engaged!
Lucas planned an elaborate surprise for David that included shutting down an El Lay street, having dancers from the movie Step Up perform in front of him, and then proposing from high atop a balcony!
The video (below) is SO good and SO heartwarming, you’ll probably end up drowning your cheeks in tears like we just did!
In fact, the vid is so powerful, it moved a former bully to contact Lucas and apologize for tormenting him in high school!
Just look at the message that showed up in Lucas' inbox on Facebook:
"I’m sure you have no idea who I am. I went to high school with you. If you do remember me, it’s probably not positive as I was a bit of a asshole back then. I saw your video today on Facebook and wanted to say Congratulations! No need to respond I just wanted you to know that I think what you have is awesome and wish you the best.”
Lucas did indeed remember his former classmate and just as he had predicted, they were not good memories. But their conversation, which Lucas shared online, proves people CAN change!
Ch-ch-check out their exchange:
Love conquers all!
Congratz on getting engaged, Lucas and David!
And to the unnamed bully, we’re proud of you. Not only for learning the errors of your old ways but for being a big enough person to admit your mistakes to those you wronged.
Giuliana Rancic has recently come under fire for making racist remarks about Zendaya's hair. Although she has since apologized, and Zendaya accepted said apology, there might be even more reasons for G to say she's sorry!
In a reportedly unedited video clip of the Fashion Police segment, Giuliana can be seen further criticizing Zendaya's hair by saying that her 'do looks "really heavy – it overwhelms her, and it's just too boho."
After making the peace sign symbol, Giuliana went on to eventually make her now infamous "patchouli," and "weed" comments: