Friday night at Christan Family Church in Tampa, 100 teens and young adults with special needs were a part of "Night to Shine", a prom-experience sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation.
The night was about making these guests feel good.
The red carpet was rolled out, the paparazzi was there and every guest got a crown or tiara.
With each curl and swipe of a makeup brush, Olivia Campbell was closer to the night she's been dreaming about for weeks.
"We have a calendar at home and she’s ticking off the days and she’s really excited to get the dress on, and the hair done and the makeup and the shoes so she really is excited she knows what’s going on," Tammy Campbell said.
It's easy to see just how excited, even though 17-year-old Olivia doesn't use many words. She has Down's Syndrome and Friday night she'll attended her first prom.
“We’re just lucky to have her we really are," her mom said.
Nearly 200 volunteers helped at the church in Tampa, making this a night to remember.
“We want them to feel like kings and queens we want them to feel like they are valuable like they mean something to God,” Sarahi Medina said.
The former Florida Gator hosts this prom experience in about 200 churches all over the country, giving about 20,000 people like Olivia the royal treatment. That comes without judgment, something Olivia's mom welcomes.
"I don’t need to apologize everyone’s the same they've all got their own special needs so yeah it is going to be, she’s going to be with people like her," Tammy said.
No one will be dressed like Olivia, though, sparkling inside and out.
"Tonight's just going to be her dream, it's going to be amazing," Tammy said.