5-year-old cancer survivor gets surprise trip to Disney!

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UNIVERSITY PARK, TX - After the biggest battle for the Lombardi, football MVPs head to the Happiest Place on Earth -- Disney World.

But a little closer to home in University Park, one five-year-old just finished fighting the battle against cancer and will get that chance too. On Friday, Bennett was surprised by the Make a Wish Foundation and his family, friends and one large Bumblebee, with a trip of a lifetime.

"On Sunday, two days from now, you, your mom, dad and sisters will get to spend a week at Disney World,” said a Bumblebee Transformer.

How's that for a surprise?!

Make-A-Wish North Texas helps kids and families battling some of the toughest times in their lives with their ultimate wish.

"Forget about everything he's gone through over the past three-and-a-half years I think it’s really gonna be special and this is a great way to kick it off," said Bennett's mom, Kirsa Williams.

Hey, he even got a day named after him.

"I declare March 6th as Bennett Williams Superhero Day," said University Park Mayor, Olin Burnett Lane, Jr.

Bennett is now in remission after battling with leukemia.

Keep smiling sweet Bennett, you now join the long list of MVPs headed to the Happiest Place on Earth.