Taylor Swift and Tim Tebow Meet Up for Dinner Date

Football superstar Tim Tebow and pop princess Taylor Swift were spotted on a dinner date Monday night at Toscanova Italian restaurant in Los Angeles, sparking rumors the two may be a couple.

"After dinner, he walked her out," a source told the website, adding that it was unclear whether the get-together was a date. "Then he walked back in to join two other people. I think they may both have been with their agents," the website reported.

The dinner comes only days after Page Six reported that the starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos was busy chatting Swift up at the pre-Oscars party Friday night.

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Tebow was the toast of Hollywood, turning heads and mingling with the likes of Octavia Spencer, Robert Pattison, Jack Black and Ben Stiller at the pre-Oscar bash, but it was Swift who really caught his attention.

The Grammy-winning country music star and football's most eligible bachelor are also both passionate Christians. Tebow supports over 40 American Evangelists working in the Philippines, and he has travelled there to preach the Christian Gospel in front of schoolchildren and entire villages. In the U.S. the NFL superstar has also shared his Christian faith in prisons and schools, to church and youth groups, and at meetings and conferences.

Swift a fellow Christian who attended a Christian High School, and refers to God in many of her songs, has also just made headlines for making a young New Jersey cancer patients dreams come true.

The singer asked the young boy Kevin McGuire who wanted to attend his prom with her to attend this year' Country Music Awards instead.

Swift sweetly responded to McGuire on her own Facebook page "Kevin, I'm so sorry but I won't be able to make it to your prom, But I was wondering, the ACM Awards are coming up. Would you be my date? Love, Taylor."

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