Today, we have an abundance of film adaptations of the classic Cinderella story. There are musicals, dance films, and the classic fairy-tale adaptation, but we all know the real OG of these Cinderella movies.
It was A Cinderella Story from 2004. Yes, the one with Hilary Duff.
It was the ultimate fairy-tale-rom-com film of the 2000’s. And Chad Michael Murray, who played the sporty Prince Charming, was everyone’s ultimate crush–especially in that iconic grand ball scene where he danced with “Cinderella” with Edwin McCain’s I’ll Be in the background.
Prepare to get nostalgic because Chad Michael Murray just whipped out his Prince Charming costume to go to prom!
The actor, basically being the best husband ever, took his wife, Sarah Roemer, to her first ever prom which was organized by the Children’s Hospital of Orange County. It was an event for teens who couldn’t go to their proms because of illness.
Yes, it is the actual costume that he wore for the actual movie.
Had the amazing pleasure of attending the #CHOC Prom last night. This is one of 4 or 5 rooms they decorated. It was incredible. I Brought Austin Ames out of retirement, I mean Hey it's Prom! Met the best kids & got to dance with my Wife at her 1st Prom. Thanku @warnerbrosentertainment for letting me take the wardrobe out for a night. Big win- IT STILL FITS! #cinderellastory #AustinAmesLives #PrincetonGirl #Nomad #prom
Thanku @warnerbrosentertainment for letting me take the wardrobe out for a night. Big win- IT STILL FITS! #cinderellastory#AustinAmesLives #PrincetonGirl #Nomad#prom
It feels like 2004 all over again! And of course, who could ignore the fact that he went to prom with his wife and gave a lot of teen patients the best night of their lives?
Prom guest Chad Michael Murray greets Liliana Paez Gallardodiring their annual CHOC oncology prom at CHOC Children's hospital in Orange, CA on Saturday. Former and current Children’s Hospital of Orange County teen cancer patients and their guests held the annual event with the theme "Alice in Wonderland". The event provides a night of normalcy for teens who may have had to skip their high school proms because they were in the hospital or have weakened immune systems. On Saturday, they dressed in gowns and tuxedos, danced and posed for pictures. Hairdressers and make-up artists helped the teens get ready. Photo by #OCRegister photographer Bill Alkofer #CHOC #prom @CHOCchildrens #CHOCprom #ChadMichaelMurray
A real-life Prince Charming!
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