The main beneficiary of the party was Owens' Catch A Dream Foundation. Money raised at the event will go toward aiding 81 families in the Dallas area just in time for Christmas.
However, considering the events of the last week - when Owens was involved in a controversy with tight end Jason Witten and quarterback Tony Romo, the headliners Monday night were his teammates and coaches. Romo, who is suffering from a back injury sustained against the Giants, was a no-show at press time, along with Witten, who is also nursing injuries.
Normally, when you miss a birthday party, it's no big deal. If you're a dude. Unfortunately Terrell Owens has never shown that proclivity. Instead, he was likely pouting in the back of the room, while the other revelers were dancing to that Ah-Ha tribute band. Or at least what they believed was an Ah-Ha tribute band. (Hey, times have been hard for everybody.)
This might not be a big deal to most normal people, but you can imagine that T.O. is going to react like a scorned child and smite Romo and Witten on his Facebook page.