Taylor Swift Fulfils 12-Year-Old Cancer Victim’s Wish

Posted: May 1 2015, 7:30am CDT | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News


Taylor Swift Fulfils 12-Year-Old Cancer Victim’s Wish
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The country-turned-pop star, Taylor Swift has fulfilled a cancer victim’s wish. Emily Beazley, who is battling the disease got a friendly call from Taylor recently much to her surprise.

Emily Beazley is a girl who is currently battling cancer. She resides in Mount Greenwood and has non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Taylor Swift made Emily’s wish come true by buzzing her on her request and talking in detail about all sorts of stuff.

The two discussed music-making, Taylor’s concerts and Emily’s cancer. It was indeed a warm conversation that lit up Emily’s heart from within. Emily spoke of how Taylor was already well-informed about her name, her most-liked hue and the street that got its title from her epithet. 

Among the topics that Taylor went into in depth with Emily were her Tokyo tour which would start pretty soon and Emily’s favorite song. When Emily referred to “Shake It Off” as the classic she loved to listen to for pleasure, Taylor said that was very cool.

Since the past week, Emily’s family had been requesting Taylor to speak to her, according to ChicagoTribune. Emily’s final treatment had failed and all hope was almost lost. Taylor called and when Emily picked up the phone, she immediately knew it could be no one else except the famous songstress.      

After the two had talked for quite some time, Emily simply could not contain herself and smiled and laughed. She got out of the car and jumped up and down with excitement. What Emily was trying to express was her infinite happiness at having gotten an opportunity to talk to her favorite musical star. 

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