Isabella McCune will miss Taylor's upcoming concert because she is being treated at the Arizona Burn Center at Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix after being severely burned in a fire pit explosion.
She said: 'Hey guys, it's two days from the tour, so I'm going to share with you my microphones. Swift invited 2,000 foster and adopted kids from Arizona to see the concert earlier than everyone else. Us along with 2,000 other foster and adoptive families were invited by Taylor personally and man was it incredible!
Also, see what this mom had to say about the unforgettable moment.
Swift, 28, spoke to the crowd of excited children and foster parents before the show and after the gig ended, she brought everyone onstage to take pictures. "Thank you for such a generous evening with your littlest fans", foster mother Abbi Williams wrote in a caption of photos of her family at the concert.
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In the video, McCune, who has credited Swift's music with helping her through her ordeal, asked the singer to stop by the hospital. "Your show is wonderful - you and your team have done an incredible job!"
Concertgoers decorated social media with praise for Swift, who's been unveiling details about the tour day by day on her Instagram, most recently revealing that she'll play 10 songs from her catalog in addition to her latest album "Reputation."
So, she recorded a video from her hospital bed, asking the pop superstar to pay her a visit. Not only that, but the "Look What You Made Me Do" singer held a pizza party for the attendees and also spent nearly four hours meeting and greeting the families. "Stay strong, gorgeous. Love, Taylor Swift".
Swift's highly anticipated Reputation tour starts on May 8 and will continue on through November.