Taylor Swift Pays Suprise Visit to Superfan's House, Launches Social App Called The Swift Life



The 'Blank Space' singer's new app called The Swift Life will let fans interact with the singer using text and a set of emoji stickers called Taymojis.
Taylor Swift definitely knows how to treat her fans in the best way possible! The "Look What You Made Me Do" songstress took an English superfan named Lara by surprise when she joined her live stream on Instagram last week, making the fan freak out. But the most shocking--and sweetest--thing Tay did for her was not joining in Lara's live stream.

"On Thursday, last week, Taylor Nation DM'd me. They said Taylor would be sending me a package. I'm so grateful for Taylor Alison Swift," she said in an Instagram post. Unbeknownst to her, the Grammy winner literally dropped by her house to personally deliver the package, full of tons of "Reputation" merch, herself.



Lara posted a slew of photos and videos of her and her idol, who donned a maroon velvet top. In one of the photos, Taylor and Lara were featured smiling from ear-to-ear, while another photo saw Taylor sporting a duck face as Lara had a big smile on her face. The 27-year-old global pop star also took a picture with presumably Lara's siblings.

"IM@NOT F**INGMMD OKAY INJUST MET THE WOMAN WHO MADE AN IMAPact ON MY LIFE AND J CANNOT BREATHE OR TYOE INPROBABLY WONT BE ANSWEINF DMS BC I CANT TRYOE WELL BUT SHE SPOKE ABOUT HYGTG AND THE ALGUM AND SHE SAUD THANK YOU AND I SPOKE ABOUT TABBY AND THE BRITS AND SORRY I CSOUDLNT SPEAK ABOUT EVERYONE AND ICLOCE HER SO MUCH IM SO SHOOK AND SHE BOUGHT BAGS OF MERCH AND WHAG THE F**K JUST JAPPENED I AM DESD DEAD RJEMDNSMDMDMSdmdmdmsmdJSMMDDMMDMDMDMDMDMSMSMSMSMDMDMDM," Lara captioned the post. Judging by the caption, we can tell how excited she was.



Taylor has always wanted to keep fans close, and just recently the singer announced a new social app called The Swift Life through a new video released on Tuesday. The app, which was made in partnership with Glu, would allow fans to interact with the singer using text and a set of emoji stickers called Taymojis.

"We've worked closely with Taylor and her team to bring her creative vision to life," said Glu CEO Nick Earl in a statement. "The result is a deeply social environment where Taylor and her fans are able to better connect with one another while expressing themselves in an interactive community. We look forward to its worldwide launch later this year."

Glu, the company behind Kim Kardashian: Hollywood and mobile games like Katy Perry Pop, Britney Spears: American Dream and Nicki Minaj: The Empire, also announced that the app was expected to launch in beta sometime this year.




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