Taylor Swift fulfilled a young fan’s wish by responding to a letter given to her during a live show. The incident occurred during the pop star’s Las Vegas performance as part of her ongoing ‘Eras’ tour.
Bella, a seven-year-old Swifty, wrote Swift a letter and set out on a mission to have it delivered to the singer-songwriter during the show. Gina Lanzino, Bella’s mother, then shared details of the letter and Swift’s response on TikTok.
The letter, according to the update, asks the singer what her favourite colour is and includes a drawing by Bella:
“‘Dear Taylor, I’m your biggest fan. My favourite colour is… what’s yours?’ [It read, then] she drew a little picture,” Lanzino stated in the post.
“She says, ‘I’m gonna bring this to the show and make sure Taylor gets this letter. I was kinda like, ‘I don’t really think that’s going to happen, but let’s try.’”
Later that evening, the letter was successfully delivered after the little Swifty approached an usher, who agreed to pass it on to Taylor Swift.
“We were about halfway through the show when some people came to our box and they were asking for Bella. I had actually forgot about the letter by that time,” Lanzino continued. “They [said], ‘We wanted to give this to you,.’ It was the letter Bella gave to Taylor and she [Taylor] signed it.”
“[Bella] did write her section number on the back but I really didn’t ever in a million years think that this was going to get returned to her. They filmed my daughter getting the letter back because they wanted to pass it back to Taylor.”
This wasn’t the first time the singer had shown kindness while on tour. Beginning earlier this month in Glendale, Arizona, the singer fulfilled a promise made to a 13-year-old fan who survived an accident that landed her in the hospital by giving her tickets to an upcoming show.
Isabella McCune, a longtime Swift fan, had planned to see her on her ‘Reputation’ tour in 2018. However, in the days leading up to the concert, the then-eight-year-old was involved in a serious accident that left her with burns covering 65 percent of her body. She was hospitalized for nine months. Swift had made significant donations to food banks during her shows in Arizona and Nevada.