Time To Cry: Two Teens With Life-Threatening Illnesses Become Models for a Day
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Make-A-Wish Foundation teamed up with Mary Alice Stephenson's fashion and beauty organization GLAM4GOOD to treat the girls to a total makeover and modeling extravaganza. Stephenson has been a national fashion ambassador with Make-A-Wish for ten years, and treated the girls to an ideal fashion day. They got made over from head to toe, including hair extensions, manicures, cute clothes and a professional photo shoot.
"She was just in the hospital a month ago, before we came here," said Thabrianna's mother. "This is beautiful."
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"It felt so natural. It felt like I was supposed to be there," said LeeAnn. "When y'all said Make-A-Wish, you guys meant it. You took the hardest time in our lives and made it worth it in the end."