Dakota Fanning's latest role is as a real-life homecoming queen.
The 15-year-old starlet was crowned homecoming queen at Campbell Hall Episcopal School in North Hollywood on Friday where she is a leads a normal life as a cheerleader, according to the New York Post.
The blonde "Twilight" star cheered on her high school's football team -- the Vikings -- from the sidelines with the cheer squad and was even tossed into the air during the routine, the paper reported.
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She and a football player walked down the red carpet at half time and were named homecoming king and queen. Fanning was handed flowers and a tiara when she was crowned the honor, according to the Post.