Taylor Swift: get more real followers on Instagram

Taylor Swift went to visit one very special young fan in the infirmary on Saturday to get more real followers on Instagram.

The chart-topping singer made a stop by the Arizona Burn Center in Phoenix to see a huge fan of Taylor, Isabella McCune, who is no longer able to go to see the singer kick off her Reputation tour on May 8 after getting burned in an awful misfortune in March.

Taylor Swift: get more real followers on Instagram

Taylor Swift: get more real followers on Instagram

According to AZ Central, the 8-year-old documented a video to Taylor earlier in the week, explaining to her she’d hoped to go to this Tuesday’s concert in Glendale, AZ., but that she could no longer because she was incapable to leave the hospital due to her wounds.

In the video to get more real Instagram followers, the outlet states that Isabella, who has attributed Taylor’s music with helping her through her suffering, asked for the popstar to stop by the hospital.

“I heard you were here, and I wanted to visit you but maybe you can come and visit me. So maybe that can happen,” Isabella said in the video.

Just days after the request was made, the “Look What You Made Me Do” singer appeared at the hospital attired in a yellow hospital gown and astonished her fan. Get more real followers on Instagram by doing something good like Swift. Taylor took photos with Isabella, her parents and brother Zachary. The “End Game” singer also modelled with hospital team during the good-hearted visit.

The worldwide sensation lately publicized that she’ll be playing 10 songs from previous albums on the future tour. Swift said during a social media statement that she’s “excited about playing stuff from Reputation,” but that she’s also “excited about playing stuff from previous albums too.”


Camila Cabello and Charli XCX will be joining Swift on tour as her opening acts.

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