Taylor Swift Tracks Down One Of Her Fans At The Grammys And Makes Her Day
February 11, 2015
Even if you're not a fan of Taylor Swift's music, this is one of the many reasons to respect her as a person and role model.
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A fan named Jill posted on tumblr that she was attending the 2015 Grammys and Taylor saw it.
"When I posted on tumblr I was going to the grammys and Taylor commented and on another post she said the second reply. I AM ACTUALLY SHAKING. WHAT IS GOING ON"
"I didn’t want to get my hopes up because I didn’t want to be crushed and I know how much Taylor has going on at the Grammys," she wrote on her Tumblr page. "So I wouldn’t be that sad if it didn’t happen."
Swift's publicist found Jill during the ceremony and escorted her to the VIP section under the stage. Taylor recognized Jill right away.
"Right when I saw her, she said JILL!!!," she wrote on Instagram. "And we got to talk for 3 minutes... Best day of my life. 2/8/15."
Taylor told her she looked beautiful, hugged her and demanded to take a second selfie because Taylor thought she looked creepy in the first one.
This tradition of Taylor finding her fans in public places is officially called #Taylurking, and it's wonderful.
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