Yesterday, Saturday, May 5th, Taylor Swift went to the hospital to visit one of her fans at the Arizona Burn Center in Phoenix. Reportedly, Isabella McCune, found herself burned terribly in an accident in March of this year, and because of the aforementioned incident, she couldn’t see Taylor kick off her tour for “Reputation” this year.
Isabella had tickets but couldn’t even go. According to the publication, AZ Central, the 8-year-old girl recorded a video where she admitted that she wanted to see Swift’s show in Glendale, Arizona, but she couldn’t go because of her injuries.
Isabella asked the iconic pop-singer to stop by the hospital so she would get to see her. Luckily for her, Taylor actually made a pit-stop.
Isabella says in the video, “and I wanted to visit you but maybe you can come and visit me. So, maybe that can happen.” During Taylor’s visit, she took photos with Isabella and posed with staff from the hospital as well.
As you may know, Taylor’s tour for Reputation is one of the most anticipated tours this year, and it kicks off on the eighth of May. Despite the flop of its first single, “Look What You Made Me Do,” other tracks from the album performed well, notably, the collaboration with Ed Sheeran and the rapper, Future.
It’s been a busy past few years for Taylor, who found herself embroiled in a sexual assault scandal recently when a DJ grabbed her behind while in the middle of a picture.
Because of her court case, Swift – as well as other women heavily involved in the #MeToo movement – made it on to the cover of Time Magazine because of her actions in the case against David Mueller. If reports are correct, Mueller’s luck didn’t get any better because the station he started working at afterward received bomb threats.