(Fox News) Hundreds of people gathered in New York City last night to celebrate “Night to Shine”, a worldwide movement sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation that focuses on showing God’s love for those with special needs ages 14 and older.
Tebow, currently a minor leaguer for the New York Mets and a former Heisman trophy winner, launched 'Night to Shine' in 2014.
Each honored guest was given the royal treatment: tuxedos and shoe shining stations for the kings, and gorgeous dresses, hair and makeup stations for the queens, along with corsages and boutonnieres. Each guest arrived to a cheering crowd and paparazzi as they walked down the red carpet. Once inside, they enjoyed a night full of dancing, karaoke and gifts to remember the evening.
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