Taylor Swift visited an 8-year-old fan in a Phoenix burn unit
Taylor Swift made a fan’s “Wildest Dreams” come true.
The 28-year-old singer stopped by the Arizona Burn Center in Phoenix Saturday to visit 8-year-old Isabella McCune, who was severly burned when a fire pit exploded on St. Patrick’s Day.
Isabella, who told the Arizona Republic that Swift’s music “calms me down” while doctors spend two or three hours changing her bandages every daily, posted a video Wednesday about missing the singer’s concert Tuesday — so instead, the pop star went to her.
“Isabella! I hope you feel better soon and I’m honored you’ve been listening to my music. You’re so awesome and I can’t wait to have you at a show!!” the singer wrote in Isabella’s journal.
“Stay strong, gorgeous. Love, Taylor Swift.”
Isabella, who said that even hugs from her parents hurts where she was badly burned, got an embrace from Swift, who offered tickets whenever she’s up for it, according to the Arizona Republic.
After her trip to the burn center, Swift moved on to her final dress rehearsal for her “Reputation” tour, where she invited adopted children and foster families to sit in.
“You are incredible to do so much for adoptive and foster children,” one mom tweeted with a photo of her daughter asleep in the car. “We adopted my daughter from foster care two years ago. She is 9 years old now. I can’t tell you how much this meant to her. She would not let your photo gift out of her sight. It made her year!”