Taylor Swift And 2000 Foster Kids Had An Epic Pizza Party

Taylor Swift Mc Cune family Arizona Burn Center

Taylor Swift Mc Cune family Arizona Burn Center

Taylor Swift will be kicking off her Reputation World Tour in Arizona tomorrow (May 8), and over the weekend she held her final dress rehearsal.

Whilst Taylor will be playing a lot of material from her latest album Reputation, the songstress recently said that she's also "excited about playing stuff from previous albums too".

Isabella McCune will miss Taylor's upcoming concert because she is being treated at the Arizona Burn Center at Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix after being severely burned in a fire pit explosion.

The singer, 28, who will kick-start her worldwide tour on Tuesday, took to her social media page to unveil the array of microphones she will use during her concerts. She performed for two hours for 2,000 foster kids and their families. "Thank you for such a generous evening with your littlest fans", foster mother Abbi Williams wrote in a caption of photos of her family at the concert. "I wanted to visit you, but maybe you can come and visit me". "Your show is wonderful - you and your team did an incredible job!" The singer took time out to visit 8-year-old Isabella McCune, who was left with burns covering 65 percent of her body after an accident in March. During her visit, she posed for photos with Isabella and her brother, 14-year-old Zachary, doled out hugs, and gifted her with merch from the tour. "We were hoping for it but we didn't want to get her hopes up".

She has said that Swift's music has helped her through the painful ordeal.

CORRECTION: A previous version of this story misstated the day of the party as Sunday.

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