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A social media friendship led one man to the AVN Awards—with Lisa Ann.

It’s a modern-day love story: Boy meets girl on Twitter, the two exchange emails, and end up on a romantic date.

Except the boy was an Oklahoma State freshman named Matt McGann, the girl is actually a woman and renowned porn star named Lisa Ann, and the romantic date was to this past weekend’s AVN Awards in Las Vegas.

McGann actually had a very sweet pickup line. Last November, his declaration of love was captured on ESPN’s College GameDay in Oklahoma, when he held up a sign that read, “Baylor’s defense has more holes to fill than Lisa Ann.”

Lisa Ann was one of PornHub’s most-searched porn stars of 2013, and is perhaps best known for her Sarah Palin impression. She took note of this statement, posted it on her Instagram, and contacted him on Twitter, where a friendship between a college student and porn star can really flourish. They soon went from tweeting to DM-ing, which led BroBible to wonder if he might get to bang her.

But you can’t rush these sorts of things. Lisa Ann played it cool and invited McGann to party on her turf, the AVN Awards. She was nominated for Best MILF Release and Hottest MILF, and McGann got the photo proof of a lifetime. He never tweeted about what happened over the weekend, but you know what they say about Vegas. And McGann seems like a gentleman. 

Consequently, Lisa Ann did take home an award for her role in MILF Revolution.

H/T Uproxx | Photo via gcD600/Flickr

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