A Facebook page has been created to help Mullins get Swift's attention. He posted a picture of himself holding a sign reading "Dear Taylor Swift, Happy Easter and PROM??" Mullins included the date of the dance, May 17, and the line "It's a love story, baby just say yes," which is a lyric from Swift's mega-hit "Love Story." The page had nearly 800 "likes" by Tuesday.
Mullins has reached out to Swift through her Facebook page but hasn't made contact with the singer, according to a friend of Mullins.
Several stars have been asked to proms and other dances through social media in the past. Actress Mila Kunis attended a Marine Corps Ball after being asked by a Marine Sgt. via YouTube.
Justin Timberlake got his own YouTube invitation from a Marine Corporal and agreed to attend a ball with her a week before Kunis' event.
Last month, a Los Angeles teen used YouTube to ask Sports Illustrated cover model Kate Upton to his prom. Upton said she was flattered, but wasn't sure her "hectic" schedule would allow her to attend the dance in May.
Source - NBC Connecticut