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Rob McElhenney wants to cast teen booted from prom on 'It's Always Sunny'

Harrisburg junior says she was kicked out of dance because of suit

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Rob McElhenney wants Pa. teen booted from prom on 'It's Always Sunny' Phil Mccarten/Invision for the Television Academy/AP Images

Rob McElhenney arrives at the 15th Emmys Golf Classic, presented by the Television Academy Foundation, Monday, Sept. 8, 2014, at the Wilshire Country Club in Los Angeles.

After getting kicked out of her prom for wearing a suit, Aniya Wolf may be going to Hollywood, so to speak.

Wolf, a junior at Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg, told WHTM-TV earlier in May she's a lesbian and she was booted from her school dance because she wore a suit. The school said parents were aware of the dress code, which requires all girls to wear a formal dress.

Her story went viral, even drawing props from Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, who said, "I love your suit!"

Now, it's Philly native and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" creator Rob McElhenney who is showing Wolf some love — and a casting request.

McElhenney took to Twitter Tuesday asking Wolf to make an appearance on his FXX comedy series. Wolf thought he must be joking, but "Mac" was serious (h/t BillyPenn):

How will Wolf — and her suit — be featured on the show? Who knows, maybe she'll get a sweet limo ride...