Tim Tebow has received more media attention after taking the stage with country music star Brad Paisley over the weekend.
The Denver Broncos quarterback joined Paisley for a performance of the song "I'm Still a Guy." As the two exchanged verses the crowd went crazy cheering, the New York Post reported.
Tebow has captured the nation's attention with his athleticism as well as his faith in God. The football star looked casual wearing jeans and a black sweater at Denver's Pepsi Center concert.
After the show, Paisley posted a message to Tebow on his Twitter account.
"Thanks for singing with me @TimTebow, but don't quit your day job," joked the singer. "Still a Guy has never been so exciting. Or quite so beautifully off key."
In response, Tebow replied on Twitter: "I won't quit my day job and you keep shopping at Baby Gap haha!"
The tweet included a picture of the country music singer standing beside Tebow backstage at the concert.
The NFL star also wrote, "Had a great time hanging out with my brothers and friends at the Brad Paisley concert in Denver this past weekend… awesome show!"
Brad Paisley's tour includes performers such as "American Idol" winner Scotty McCreery and the new hit group The Band Perry.
Tebow also posted a message to the "I Love You This Big" singer: "Great meeting you @ScottyMcCreery! Best of luck to you brother!"
"Great meeting you too! Thanks for the words of encouragement. Hope you had a good time tonight!" wrote McCreery on the social media site in response to Tebow.
During the special performance, McCreery tweeted to his over four million an update.
"OHHH MY GOODNESS! Went out to tebow during I'm Still a Guy with @thebandperry and tebow came out on stage! What an experience!!!"
Although Tebow and the Broncos are not playing in the Super Bowl this year, Santa Monica News quipped that perhaps his singing could earn the team a spot in the halftime show.