JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Tomorrow night thousands will pack Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena to see Justin Bieber.
Teen heart throb Justin Bieber will be in town performing live and there's one special fan -- who thanks to generous folks here on the First Coast and a huge twitter campaign -- will get to meet him face-to-face.
Friends of Laura Monger, a 15-year-old with spina bifida, started a push on Twitter with the hash tag "#HelpLauraMeetJB".
We at First Coast News got to work helping to spread the word. Our producers, photographers, web team, anchors and reporters, even Tim Deegan, began jumping on board tweeting the hash tag.
"Someone tweeted the link that was on the First Coast News website and it said someone had donated their her tickets to her. I really wanted to donate mine to her because I feel like she deserves it way more than I do because she has been through so much this whole summer and how excited she was about the tickets so it would just be awesome for her to meet him," said Taylor Gorham.
So 14-year-old Taylor Gorham is giving her meet-and-greet ticket to Laura.
Wednesday night Laura will get to meet her heart throb before the concert and get her picture taken with Justin Bieber.
"I am a really big fan but she deserves it way more than I do so it's going to be a really great experience for her," said Gorham.
First Coast News