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Danny DeVito takes cardboard cutout of Carlisle teen to set

The Associated Press

CARLISLE – Actor Danny DeVito took a cardboard cutout of a Pennsylvania high school student — who brought a cutout of him to prom — to the set of his hit FXX series.

A screen grab from the "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" Twitter account shows actor Danny Devito posing with a cutout of Carlisle high school student Allison Closs.

DeVito’s co-star on "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," Rob McElhenney, posted a picture to Instagram on Monday of the actor posing next to a cutout of Carlisle High School student Allison Closs on set.

Closs tweeted that she was “SHOOKETH” and thanked DeVito and McElhenney for the reply.

Closs brought a cardboard cutout of the funnyman to prom last month. She purchased a cutout of DeVito online along with a scooter she used to move the figure with.

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Closs tells PennLive she feels “honored and lucky” that she was acknowledged by DeVito. The 17-year-old hopes she’ll get a chance to visit the set.