Autistic Students' Crowning Achievement at Prom

Brian Smith and Alexis Adams were crowned king and queen at their North Carolina high school's prom.
1:00 | 05/06/14

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Most proms are fun but what happened at the -- and high school drama dwindled North Carolina know what's really neat. Brian Smith and Alexis Adams were voted king and queen by their classmates both are seniors and both are autistic. There has started. And residents are happy -- -- on my -- -- Had -- Being against bout me. The school principal says the vote wasn't even close to most positive individuals you ever come into contact with. Always happy always smiling as -- -- -- just radiate in the other students. They feed off of that and Brian is -- shied away about letting everyone know they pick the right guy -- right. And by a vote of me I'm the king. Two got in -- Brian way. -- -- next up for both Brian and Alexis will be college.

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