This year, we saw Tebow show up as a cardboard-cutout date for prom and we heard about a high school senior get in trouble for Tebowing his way across the stage at graduation. But it seems the Tebowing craze isn't over quite yet. Rachel Wyatt, a 17-year-old beauty pageant contestant, Tebowed onstage after being crowned Miss Teen South Carolina on Saturday.
A YouTube video of the young beauty queen bringing back the Tebow has made the rounds on various sports blogs and around the Twittersphere. Watch the video above to see Wyatt -- crown, sash and all -- drop to one knee and do the Tebow.
Wyatt explains that she wasn't doing it for viral fame -- in fact, it was her 21-year-old sister who suggested the act.
“His whole goal of doing that is to give all the glory and honor to our lord and savior, Jesus Christ, and that’s exactly what I was trying to do,” Wyatt told The State. “She had said beforehand, ‘How cool would it be if the winner got down and did The Tebow.’ ”
Wyatt dominated the competition primarily through her lyrical dance performance to Miley Cyrus's "The Climb," and she will go on to compete in Miss America's Outstanding Teen in Florida next month.
What do you think -- will Tebowing make a comeback? Tell us in the comments below or tweet @HuffPostTeen!
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