After having his heart broken by Hollywood icon Betty White, Sgt. Ray Lewis found himself hunted by other celebrity ladies. Actress Linda Hamilton makes a video of her own in which she asks him to the Marine Corps Ball.
Remember Sgt Ray Lewis? He is the third Marine to invite a Hollywood star to the Marine Corps Ball which will take place on November 18, 2011.
The one who started the trend was Sgt. Scott Moore who took the chance of asking out hot bomb Mila Kunis. He made an amateur video in his boot camp in Afghanistan in which he presented himself, the event and the invitation. Short and cool. Then he uploaded it on YouTube and asked for help from the viewers to make his dream come true. With a little push from singer-turned-actor Justin Timberlake, Kunis said yes.
The second shot targeted Timberlake himself. Sgt. Kelsey De Santis asked him out to the ball and he was flattered. He accepted, of course.
Now, the third try: Sgt. Ray Lewis makes his own video in which he proves his physical abilities as well as his sense of humor and also his romantic side. His invitation was for actress Betty White, The 91-year-old star rejected the invitation because of her schedule. But for Sgt. Lewis this was just the beginning.
On Tuesday, actress Linda Hamilton made a video in which she practically begs Lewis to take her as a date. The Terminator star says she’s “no Betty White but…” Her video also starts with a workout (like Lewis’s). Her sense of humor matches his, when making her introduction. “My name is Linda Hamilton. I don’t know if you know who I am” she begins. Then says “Rumor has it that you like your actresses vintage”. After explaining how she had a conversation with Betty White who felt sorry for not being able to attend the ball and how she gave it a thought all night, Hamilton continues with her own invitation:
“If you can’t find anybody else to go to the ball with you …I could go.”
Watch below to see the complete invitation that Linda made.
Sgt. Lewis hasn’t responded yet to her message. We believe he is making a new video in response.