Taylor Swift met her “littlest fans” — foster children from Arizona — on Saturday when she invited more than 2000 special guests to her final dress rehearsal of her upcoming Reputation Stadium Tour.
An attendee tells PEOPLE Swift spoke to the crowd of excited children and foster parents before the show and asked if it was their first time attending a concert. About 500 hands flew into the air, the concertgoer says.
Abbi Williams, a foster mother, shared photos of the experience on Instagram, including photos of her children alongside her friend’s foster children smiling in a group photo with Swift, as well as holding up autographed covers of Reputation.
“And she bought pizza and cookies and brownies for the kids and candy,” she continued. “It was amazing. They’ll never forget that. First concert and a pizza party with Taylor Swift.”
But there's more.
Taylor Swift paid a visit to one very special young fan in the hospital on Saturday. The popstar stopped by the Arizona Burn Center in Phoenix to see superfan Isabella McCune, who is no longer able to go to see the singer kick off her Reputation tour on May 8 after getting burned in a terrible accident in March.
She turned up at the hospital clad in a yellow hospital gown and surprised her fan. She took photos with Isabella, her parents and brother Zachary. The "End Game" singer also posed with hospital staff during the good-hearted visit.
Taylor told the 8-year-old that once she was well, she'd be able to visit the tour any time she wanted to!