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Girl in Nebraska brings her grandpa to daddy-daughter dance: 'They had a great time'

Even though Austyn Woolverton's family may look a little different, they make each other smile the way any other family would. (Kelsey Woolverton) A 5-year-old girl named Austyn Woolverton and her grandpa, Steve Guenther, recently attended a daddy-daughter dance in Papillion, Nebraska, after the pair touched the hearts of millions of people on social media.On Feb.

8, the day of "Daddy-Daughter Date Night," Austyn woke up saying, "The dance is tonight! It's the dance day!" Austyn's mom, Kelsey Woolverton, told Fox News Digital.Woolverton said she styled Austyn's hair for the event which had been highly anticipated since Austyn and her grandpa went viral on TikTok last month.At the time, Woolverton shared footage of the sweet moment when Austyn asked Guenther to join her for the father-daughter Valentine's Day event. The TikTok video garnered more than two million views.TikTok users have apparently been asking Woolverton for an update on the dance, which took place on Feb.

8.In the original viral video, Austyn can be heard saying to her grandfather in a very soft voice, "There's a Valentine's dance. But we need our dad to go."In a TikTok video seen by more than two million people, Austyn Woolverton asks her grandfather to accompany her to a father-daughter dance." (Kelsey Woolverton) Austyn had decided to ask Guenther to the father-daughter-themed occasion since her own father, Michael "Mike" Woolverton, died after a drug overdose involving fentanyl, Woolverton said.

Austyn was just 18 months old."She really doesn't have memories of him, but from the very beginning we have talked about him," Woolverton told Fox News Digital.Mike Woolverton died when his daughter Austyn, who is now 5, was just 18 months old. (Kelsey

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