Those Fraternity Brothers That Taylor Swift Gave Free Tickets to Did Something Awesome With Them


Remember the brothers of Delta Sigma Phi at Transylvania University?

They’re the frat that did that epic, single-take “Shake It Off” lip sync last year that got over three million views and eventually Taylor Swift herself saw it and invited the boys to her 1989 World Tour.

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Well, Taylor made good on her promise and gave the fraternity 37 pairs of tickets to her show in Lexington, Kentucky on Tuesday. Instead of bringing their girlfriends or their buddies to the show though, Delta Sigma brought some very special dates.

They gave all 37 of the extra tickets to the local Big Brothers Big Sisters.


“We all got two tickets so we all thought this is just a gift and it would be a shame not to do something good with it," brother Barton Lynch told WKYT.

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Also, remember that the reason the brothers uploaded the "Shake It Off" video in the first place was to raise awareness and money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. So it’s not surprising that they were generous with their free tickets, but it’s still touching to hear.

Swift hasn’t tweeted about it yet, but did post a picture from the show:

We’re sure she’ll find out about their awesome charity eventually and about how she had the assist in making dreams come true for a bunch of little brothers and sisters.

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