Taylor Swift surprises super fan in hospital

Taylor Swift surprises super fan in hospital

Taylor Swift surprises super fan in hospital

On Saturday, Swift visited a young fan, eight-year-old Isabella McCune, in the hospital, showering her with tour merch and signing plenty of autographs for McCune, her friends, family, and the hospital staff. And when Taylor left the hospital, she gave Isabella a lasting gift.

Isabella's mom, Lilly, told People that the Love Story artist 'took time out of her busy, busy schedule and sat down on the bed next to Isabella, ' and 'said she had to meet her because she was so inspired by her story and honored that her music helped her'. "She was speechless", Lilly said.

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The little fan got a sweet hug from Taylor, something that she'll never forget. "We have so much respect for them and how they raised her".

Real estate mogul Taylor Swift's "Reputation" tour is slated to kick off in Arizona this week, and ahead of the first stadium show, good samaritan Swift has brought her good samaritan ways to the state's capital. McCune was burned so badly, her bandage changes could take several hours, and she listened toSwift's music to stay calm. "So maybe that can happen", McCune said in the video.

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Despite Isabella being unable to attend Swift's Reputation tour at Gila River Arena on Tuesday, the pop star extended an invitation for the girl to join her on tour whenever she is ready.

"She's really nice", said McCune.

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Taylor is now beavering away at her tour rehearsals as she kicks off her Reputation run on 8 May, but she took time out to visit Isabella, who is recovering from horrific burns she suffered in March. She hoped to be able to be well enough to see her idol's concert in Glendale this coming Tuesday, but her doctors refused. "The music will have such a deeper meaning to her now".

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