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Metropolis girl gets happy surprise in kid's meal

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The little girl's parents told her they were going to Nashville to see an old friend of her dad's. The little girl's parents told her they were going to Nashville to see an old friend of her dad's.
They said along the way, they had to stop at a fast food chain. They said along the way, they had to stop at a fast food chain.
Her mother put a little extra something in her Happy Meal. Her mother put a little extra something in her Happy Meal.
METROPOLIS, IL (KFVS) -

A Metropolis girl got the surprise of her life.

In September 2011 Olivia Hargan's parents, Shawn and Christy, told her they were going to Nashville to see an old friend of her dad's.

They said along the way, they had to stop at a fast food chain and film them all eating so they could send it to the friend to show him they had already ate.

They were about 20 minutes away from Nashville when they stopped at a McDonald's to eat and film. Her mother put a little extra something in her Happy Meal: Taylor Swift concert tickets.

You have to watch the video to catch her priceless reaction.

Olivia is now 13 and her father said he wanted to share the video now in hopes of brightening peoples' day.

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