It was a fairy tale weekend for one of Taylor Swift's Australian fans.
Jorja Hope had her wildest dreams come true Saturday night when she not only attended the singer's concert in Sydney, Australia, but she also got to meet her backstage.
The 12-year-old fan has a "progressive, inner-ear hearing loss" and upon learning she would one day go deaf, her reaction was that she "won't be able to hear Taylor Swift."
Jorja's twin sister Chloe started a Facebook group and an online campaign, #HelpJorjaMeetTaylorSwiftSydney, to get her sister to the show. Her efforts eventually caught the attention of Australian radio station, Nova 96.9, and they helped set up the meeting between Swift and the schoolgirl.
"She was very, very amazing and very pretty," Jorja told Australia's Today. "I didn't expect her to be as tall as she was."
Swift is always eager to help and hang with her fans. In July, she donated $50,000 to Naomi Oakes' Go Fund Me page after she was diagnosed with leukemia. Due to Oakes' aggressive treatments to battle the cancer, she had to miss the "Shake It Off" singer's show in Phoenix, Arizona.
"Beautiful and bright Naomi, I'm sorry you have to miss it but there will always be more concerts," Swift said in a note to her fan. "Let's focus on getting you feeling better. Sending the biggest hugs to you and your family."