Taylor Swift visits recovering fan in Phoenix hospital

Adjust Comment Print

An 8-year-old girl named Isabella McCune was unable to attend the concert of Taylor Swift, as the little girl was hospitalized and wasn't allowed to leave.

Isabella's mom, Lilly, told People that the Love Story artist 'took time out of her busy, busy schedule and sat down on the bed next to Isabella, ' and 'said she had to meet her because she was so inspired by her story and honored that her music helped her'.

Swift brought her all sorts of swag from her Reputation tour, which kicks off in Glendale on Tuesday.

Taylor Swift's "Reputation Tour" is set to run until November 9, 2018, and this likely won't be the only time during it that she makes us misty-eyed.

"I just said when she left, "thank you for coming and seeing me", said Isabella.

The girl's plea went viral, eventually landing in front of the 28-year-old singer.

Kris Jenner Defends Kanye West's Recent Controversial Statements
Kanye West has angered a lot of people with his Twitter rants, but fellow rapper T.I.is not willing to turn his back on him. She also revealed some behind-the-scenes details of her dramatic flight to OH on the day that Khloe gave birth .

As AZ Central documented, 8-year-old Isabella McCune recently recorded a video for Taylor Swift.

Despite Isabella being unable to attend Swift's Reputation tour at Gila River Arena on Tuesday, the pop star extended an invitation for the girl to join her on tour whenever she is ready.

The third grade student has been in the hospital undergoing a painful recovery after getting third-degree burns in over 65 percent of her body. "She was speechless. She was so happy", she said.

"When she was leaving, my daughter asked for a hug and Taylor turned around and said, 'Absolutely - I didn't want to hurt you, '" Lilly said.

Swift visited with Isabella for about 20 minutes and also spent about 10 minutes with hospital staff. "They hugged and it was so heartfelt". I knew it meant a lot to Isabella'. "We have so much respect for them and how they raised her".