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Jandra Sutton
May 06, 2018 9:32 am

Taylor Swift definitely has a big reputation, and it’s one of being *totally* amazing to her fans. It’s no secret that T-Swift has an army of loyal followers, and we can see why. She’s always gone above and beyond for her Swifties — doing things like lurking on their Instagram accounts and casually delivering them packages in person — and we love it. Recently, Swift took a break from prepping for her Reputation world tour to surprise a young fan in the hospital, and it proves that her dedication to her fans is just as important to her as ever.

According to AZ Central, an 8-year-old girl named Isabella McCune recorded a video for Swift explaining that she couldn’t make it to the kickoff of the Reputation world tour after getting burned in an accident earlier this year. Isabella said Swift’s music helps her get through recovery. But unfortunately, she’s still unable to leave the hospital because of her injuries.

“I heard you were here, and I wanted to visit you, but maybe you can come and visit me. So maybe that can happen,” Isabella said in the video, E! Online reports.

While Isabella can’t make it to Taylor, that doesn’t mean Taylor couldn’t come visit her.

On Saturday, May 5th, Swift stopped by the Arizona Burn Center in Phoenix to surprise Isabella, pose for photos, and bring smiles to everyone’s faces. She reportedly told the 8-year-old that she could come see her on tour any time she wanted once she’s recovered. AZ Central shared the sweet photos of the visit, including a personal handwritten note that Swift left behind for Isabella.

Cue the waterworks, because Taylor Swift taking time for her fans is *super* sweet.

We love that Taylor took time out of her busy schedule to make a fan’s day, and honestly? It made our day too. The Old Taylor is clearly alive and well.

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