Updated Nov 25, 2013 - 8:17 am
Katy Perry takes Arizona students to AMAs
When Verrado High School didn't win Katy Perry's "Roar" contest last month they were told a prize was still coming their way.
Perry had let them know she was proud of their entry and have them as her date to an event in the near future.
A prize it was.
Sunday night was the American Music Awards and in the crowd was Megan Squire with family and friends.
Squire is a cheerleader at Verrado and was the main part of the video the school turned in for the contest.
Katy and Megan from Verrado High School: pic.twitter.com/Wl6qNQqq4t— Katy Perry Lately! (@katyperrylately) November 23, 2013
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