Taylor Swift Invites 2000 Foster Kids And Families To Private 'Reputation' Concert

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The Grammy-award winning songstress, who is all set to kick off her 'Reputation' tour, brought in over 2000 foster and adoptive families to see the final dress rehearsal.

Last Wednesday, upon hearing Swift was rehearsing for the tour in nearby Glendale, Arizona, McCune made a video requesting her pop idol visit her in the hospital, since she wouldn't be able to attend the show this week.

The singer, who kickstarts her Reputation tour on May 8, also took photographs with McCune and her family.

After the concert, the "Look What You Made Me Do" singer hosted a giant pizza party for the families, and invited them on stage to pose for pictures with her for nearly four hours.

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Instead of performing to an empty stadium, Taylor invited 2000 foster kids and their families to the University of Phoenix Stadium in order to watch rehearsal. "Thank you for such a generous evening with your littlest fans". We got to have desserts, hang out.

'Her parents came too and they were the sweetest people, and it meant so much to my husband and me as parents, ' Lilly revealed. "Your show is unbelievable - you and your team did an incredible job!"

"I hope you feel better soon and I'm honored you've been listening to my music", she wrote. Even more exciting, the outing also included a pizza party and the opportunity to meet Swift and take some coveted selfies with her. The Arizona Republic reported that a photographer from that newspaper had helped the girl record a video to Swift, posted on the paper's website, and the singer responded and spent time with Isabella and her family. "Stay strong, gorgeous. Love, Taylor Swift".