The pop/country star gives a private performance of 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' for a boy with cancer at Boston Children's Hospital and plays with him.
Taylor Swift shows her support to a young fan who is battling cancer. The "Love Story" hitmaker showed up at the Boston Children's Hospital over the weekend to cheer a 6-year-old boy named Jordan Lee Nickerson who suffers from Williams Syndrome. According to his Facebook page, Nickerson underwent an open heart surgery when he was only 18 months old and he was diagnosed with Leukemia last month.
In a video uploaded on his Facebook, the 24-year-old pop/country star can be seen tackling an acoustic version of "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together". "I didn't know you'd come!" the young fan told her. "We wanted to surprise you!" she replied.
In the sweet clip, Swift asked if Nickerson had a special request, naming several songs so that he could choose. "Your favorite song!" he said. The two joined forces for the chorus of the 2012 hit.
In other news, Swift apparently has teased her next album in an Instagram video on Monday, July 4. "So, here's your first clue...," she wrote. The short clip shows her pressing an elevator button for 18th floor several times. Some fans think that the singer's upcoming fifth album may be released on August 18. Her previous sets, meanwhile, were released in October or November.