~ Ugly Betty: The Movie ~

~ Roll Credits~

America Ferrera...

Eric Mabius...

Vanessa L. Williams...

Michael Urie...

Becki Newton...

Ana Oritz...

Tony Plana...

Mark Indelicato...

Rebecca Romijn...

And Judith Light...

~ Fade In ~

~ Flashback ~

April 14, 2010:

"I think I'm just going to hang around here for a while see what I can find," Daniel said as he sat on the steps, next to Betty in London. "Maybe, take you to dinner, tonight, if you're free."

Betty looked down and smiled, her cheeks a light color of blushing pink. She looked up at him with her same smile.

"I would love that." Betty replied.

Daniel smiled at her with that slight boyish look he had expressed to so many other women he had interest in...only this time it was different...this time the woman was different, this time the woman was Betty...

August 2011

~ Betty POV ~

It has been a year since I was walking through London's courtyard and I bumped into Daniel...He asked to take me out to dinner...Things have been a complete amazing ever since. We've been on an adventurous journey of endless fun, amazing dates and endless romance. Four months after we began dating, we moved in together and the journey of endless chemistry & strengthened romance continued. Then when I thought things couldn't any better, for our six month anniversary:

Theme Song: "Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman" ~ Bryan Adams

"To really love a woman...

To understand her - you gotta know her deep inside."

Daniel helped Betty out of a limo that was parked right in front of a big, garden park that was full of tree gardens. As the limo sped off, Daniel walked a blind folded Betty inside the entrance of the garden park. It was a dark, Friday night. The stars were shining brightly in the sky. Betty looked beautiful in her long, figure fitting, black dress that pushed up her bosom just right and sexy but decently. Betty laughed.

"Daniel, this is ridiculous, where are we going?" Betty said with a bright smile.

Daniel scoffed and smirked.

"You'll see, just a few more steps." Daniel whispered in her ear, still with his smirk.

"When you love a woman then tell her that she's really wanted..."

Betty laughed and shook her head as he led her further into the garden park. Daniel, in his all black tuxedo suit walked around in front of her as soft, violin music played. Betty scoffed and laughed.

"Daniel, is that violin music I hear?' Betty asked with a smile.

Daniel smirked and nodded.

"Mmmhmm, you'll see." Daniel replied as he took the blind fold off her.

As Betty looked all around, she saw every garden tree all around her and Daniel was illuminated with beautiful, red lights. There was a heart shape on the ground that was made with rose petals. In the middle of the heart shape was a gold chair. Betty looked a few feet away from the heart shape with the gold chair in the middle and saw band players standing a few feet away playing violin and guitar music. Betty looked at Daniel with a surprised look.

"Daniel, what is all this?"

Daniel walked over to her and extended his hand to her with a smile.

"It's my gift, to you, Betty." Daniel said softly.

Betty smiled and scoffed as she took hold of his hand. He lightly pulled her into his arms. As singer Bryan Adams walked out from one of the garden trees with a white microphone in hand, he stepped in front of the band and began singing his song "Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman" with the band playing at a slightly louder tone. As Daniel wrapped his arms around Betty warmly and began to slowly dance with her, Betty looked at the band and saw Bryan Adams standing there singing. Betty gasped and looked at Daniel.

"Oh my God, Daniel, that's-that's Bryan Adams!" Betty said with a bit of excitement.

Daniel laughed and nodded.

"Yeah, I know." Daniel said with a smile. "I got him to do me a favor for tonight, he owes me anyway, so it was no problem for him. Especially knowing tonight is our six month anniversary."

"When you love a woman then tell her that she's the one...

'cause she needs somebody to tell her that it's gonna last forever..."

Betty looked at Daniel with a slight smile. She then smiled brightly, it was the smile that Daniel had loved for years. Betty hugged him closer to her and sighed with a smile.

"This is so romantic, sweetie. Everything about tonight has been romantic-dinner, the play and then-this-it's just so beautiful, thank you." Betty whispered.

Daniel smirked.

"I love you Betty," Daniel said in a low whisper in her ear.

Betty looked into his eyes.

"I love you too, Daniel." Betty said warmly.

Daniel pulled her closer in his arms and kissed her gently but passionately.

"When you love a woman then tell her that she's really wanted...

When you love a woman then tell her that she's the one 'cause she needs somebody to tell her
that you'll always be together..."

Daniel pulled away from Betty and leaned his head up against hers and sighed with a smirk.

"Tonight is-almost perfect, you know that?" Daniel said in a low voice.

Betty smiled.

"Really? To me it's exactly perfect." Betty said.

Daniel backed away from her but still held her hand in his.

"No, not exactly-yet." Daniel said with a smile.

Theme Song: "Plan On Forever" ~ Sue ann carwell & Mervyn warren

Betty looked at him with a slightly confused stare. Daniel led her to sit in the chair in the middle of the rose petal heart shape. As she sat down in the chair. The band started playing the violin and guitar softly and Bryan Adams walked away out of sight but not before giving Daniel a quick wave, in which Daniel gave a quick wave back. Betty looked at Daniel and laughed.

"Daniel, WHAT are you doing?" Betty said through light laughter.

Daniel walked over to her and leaned down in front of her. He took her hands into his and looked into her eyes with a smile.

"Betty, we met six years ago," Daniel began in a soft voice, "and I remember thinking, God why is she in my presence. What can I do to get RID of this girl?"

Betty and Daniel laughed.

"Yeah but then, I saw the true beauty that was you and now all I can think is how can I keep this woman in my life forever." Daniel said softly. "Betty, in this last year we've been together, I've never been as happy before, not since-well since, Molly."

Betty stared at Daniel with a touched smile.

"Oh Daniel." Betty said warmly.

Daniel looked down and scoffed and smirked.

"Betty, I love you." Daniel said in a soft voice, "and I'm SO happy that you've came in my life now, not only as my friend but my lover and hopefully as-well, I'll show you. "

Daniel reaches into his tuxedo pocket and pulled out a small, velvet, black box. Betty saw it and gasped loudly.

"Oh Daniel-you-"

"Nope," Daniel interrupted with a laugh. "Let me finish this, ok?"

Betty laughed as Daniel got on one knee in front of her.

"Betty Suarez, I love you," Daniel said softly. "You're the one that I've needed for so long and that finally I've come to my senses and decided to go after. Betty, I want to spend-the REST of my life with you."

Daniel opened the box to reveal a big, shiny, diamond shaped ring in the box. Betty gasped as she looked at the ring and then looked back up at Daniel.

"Oh my God-Daniel-"

Betty was cut off by Daniel holding up his hand to quiet her as he smiled. She laughed.

"Betty Suarez, will you do me the great honor of marrying me?" Daniel asked softly.

Betty looked at Daniel with light tears in his eyes and nodded with a bright smile.

"Um-um-um-" Betty said, staggering over her words.

"Uh, hopefully there's a yes at the end of your sentence, right?" Daniel said with a laugh that Betty shared.

"YES!" Betty said excitedly. "Yes, I'll marry you, Daniel!"

Daniel laughed and took the ring out of the box and slipped it on her finger. She laughed happily and pulled him to her and kissed him repeatedly. He hugged her warmly.

"Oh I love you, Daniel." Betty said between light tears. " I love you so much."

"Oh, I love you too, sweetheart." Daniel said with a smile as he hugged her back...

We see Betty sitting in the back of a cab as the cab drives through the London streets.

~Betty POV ~

So, ever since Daniel proposed, things have been a great fairytale ever since, however, of course there are no such things as fairytales and as with all relationships there are problems and me and Daniel's relationship is no different, ours has a problem, a problem that Daniel doesn't know about. The problem? He wants to get married right away and I...I don't...

~ To Be Continued ~