This is the heartwarming moment a teenager recovering from cancer was surprised by her friends - with a prom night just for her.
Molly Harrison, who's 17 and from Cannock, missed her own prom as she underwent gruelling treatment following a shock cancer diagnosis.
Molly, a pupil at the town's Cardinal Griffin Catholic College, spent her 17th birthday in hospital and sadly also missed her high school prom.
The teenager had to make do with following the big night on social media from her hospital bed.
Unbeknownst to Molly, her best friends Harriet Murray, Caitlin Cooper, Bekky Dudley and Joanna Antoszkiewicz, all 17, were hatching a plot to make up for their friend's disappointment - which they eventually revealed to her.
In the video a friend can be heard saying: "We've been lying to you for three months...we've got everyone from Griffin...we're doing prom."
Molly is visibly moved and asks for a tissue before the friends hug.
After the prom the teenager said she couldn't believe her friends had kept the big event a secret.
The prom also raised nearly £2,500 for charity CLIC Sargent which supports the families of young people with cancer. It was held at Cannock's Premier Suite.
Molly described her big entrance:
Molly received a diagnosis of stage four Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in July last year after suffering constant itching, breathlessness, night sweats, fatigue and a cough that would not go away.
She said: "I just put it down to exam stress because I was studying for my GSCE’s."
Following tests, a mass was found across Molly’s chest that caused one of her lungs to collapse. After further tests and a biopsy at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Molly and her family received the devastating news that she had cancer.
Despite suffering with the undiagnosed cancer at the time of her GCSEs, Molly achieved five A*s, two A's and three B's.
School friend Harriet said the group wanted to celebrate how far Molly had come. Family, friends and even past teachers attended the prom to show their support.
Molly, who is now in remission, said her friends were the "the most beautiful people inside and out."