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Taylor Swift brings sick fan onstage

Monday 25 Mar 2013 12:16p.m.

Taylor Swift brings sick fan onstage

Taylor Swift made a sick fan's dream come true on the weekend by inviting the youngster onstage during her show in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The 'Love Story' hitmaker pulled seven-year-old Emma Routh, who has a rare blood disorder, from the audience to join her during a rendition of her track 'Sparks Fly'.

A post from one of Routh's relatives on Facebook reads, "Taylor Swift, thank you for making our night by pulling Emma up on stage during Sparks Fly. You are such a beautiful person. This was a night we will never forget. Emma kept telling me, 'I feel so special tonight.'

"When we are not promised a tomorrow with our sweet Emma, every moment counts. You gave us memories that will last a lifetime. So grateful tonight, and that she can forget about all of the pain and just be a kid again."

In a post on her Twitter account after the show, Swift wrote, "Oh Charlotte, North Carolina - what a beautiful crowd you were tonight."

WENN.com

 
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