Homecoming Royalty Q&A

October 3, 2018


Crimson Crier: How did it feel when you won Homecoming King?

Cordell Ellison: It was exciting. It was an honor, also to know that people like me.


CC: Did you think that you were going to win?

CE: No I did not. I thought Will Cathcart would win, because he won prom prince against me last year.


CC:What does it mean to be the 2018 homecoming king?

CE: It means that I am important and special to people.


CC: What was your reaction when they called your name?

CE:I was really nervous I was shaking. The best part is when they called my name and Neil Burch ran up and put the crown on and hugged me it just made me feel so happy.


CC: How do you feel about the crown?

CE:It’s big, it is on my bookshelf on my manikin head from homecoming week. I am going for round two at prom.


Crimson Crier: How did you feel when you won homecoming queen?

Hope Keys: I was surprised, excited and confused because I didn’t know where to go. When they called my name my dad said, “ I want the first hug.”


CC: Did you think you were going to win?

HK: People kept telling me that I would and I didn’t believe them so no. It’s not something I ever saw myself winning. Once it did happen to me it was a good thing.


CC: What does it mean to you to be the 2018 homecoming queen?

HK: It means everyday when I go out of my way to put a smile on people faces and make them feel loved it is just affirmation that I have met my goal.


CC: What was your reaction when they called your name?

HK: I was happy, surprised, excited and confused.


CC: How do you feel about the crown?

HK:It is massive I spent like 10 minutes trying to get it on my head. Right now it is sitting on my bookshelf. I am not going for prom queen, but if it does happen I would be excited. I don’t want to be greedy, I want to share the love.


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