Taylor Swift paid a go to to 1 very particular younger fan within the hospital on Saturday. The popstar stopped by the Arizona Burn Heart in Phoenix to see superfan Isabella McCune, who’s now not capable of go to see the singer kick off her Fame tour on Might Eight after getting burned in a horrible accident in March.
In response to AZ Central, the Eight-year-old recorded a video to Taylor earlier within the week, telling her she’d hoped to go to this Tuesday’s live performance in Glendale, AZ., however that she might now not as a result of she was unable to go away the hospital because of her accidents.
Within the video, the outlet states that Isabella, who has credited Taylor’s music with serving to her via her ordeal, requested for the chart-topping singer to cease by the hospital.
“I heard you have been right here, and I wished to go to you however perhaps you possibly can come and go to me. So perhaps that may occur,” Isabella stated within the video, studies the outlet.
And amazingly sufficient, that is simply what she did!
Simply days after the plea was made, Tay turned up on the hospital clad in a yellow hospital robe and shocked her fan. The “Look What You Made Me Do” singer took photographs with Isabella, her dad and mom and brother Zachary. The “Finish Recreation” singer additionally posed with hospital workers in the course of the good-hearted go to.
The outlet additionally studies that Taylor instructed the Eight-year-old that when she was nicely, she’d be capable of go to the tour any time she wished to.
Swift’s extremely anticipated Fame tour begins on Might Eight and can proceed on via November.
The worldwide sensation lately introduced that she’ll be taking part in 10 songs from earlier albums on the upcoming tour. Swift stated throughout a social media announcement that she’s “enthusiastic about taking part in stuff from Fame,” however that she’s additionally “enthusiastic about taking part in stuff from earlier albums too.”
Camila Cabello and Charli XCX will likely be becoming a member of Swift on tour as her opening acts.