Tim Tebow Makes a Young Girl's Dream Come True on Jimmy Fallon

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May 21, 2017May 21, 2017

No one can deny how good of a guy Tim Tebow is, even those who don't like him. Tim Tebow has done many things to help people in our world and he plans to do even more when his sports career is over.

Some of these efforts include raising large amounts of money for charities, building hospitals, creating memories for fans, and establishing the Tim Tebow Foundation. 

On Wednesday night, Tim Tebow was a guest on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. 

“You do so much charity work. Well, you always have. It’s just reached a level that I can’t even believe … I have to say I’m so impressed by it, and I think it’s so cool that you do this,” said Fallon.

Fallon asked Tebow about an event the Tim Tebow Foundation holds, called "Night To Shine." 

Tebow explained "'Night To Shine’ is a worldwide prom for people with special needs. It’s my favorite night of the year.”

"Night To Shine" is held the Friday before Valentine's Day all over the world in over 375 locations, all at one time. 

Jimmy Fallon then asks Tim Tebow about his Prom experiences. Tebow admitted that he actually never went to any of his High School Proms. 

“I was always playing baseball, basketball or football. We were always so busy,” revealed Tebow.

Fallon then pulled out a corsage and Tebow explained that there was a special guest attending the show. A young girl named Judy Adams had invited Tim Tebow to her "Night To Shine" but he was unable to attend because of his busy schedule.

Tebow called her name out and invited her to dance with him on the stage.

"You look beautiful," Tebow told Judy as they started to dance. 

"Thank you" the overjoyed girl replied.

"Are you surprised?" he asked.

"Yes!" Judy yelled with a huge smile on her face.

What a memorable night for Judy, that will stay with her forever. Tebow is an amazing person and we are thankful for all of his efforts to help people around the world, as well as sharing his love for Jesus Christ. 

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