According to a report by AZ Central, the 8-year-old sent a video to the Reputation singer where she told her that she was excited to see the concert on Tuesday at Glendale, however could not leave the hospital due to her injuries.
Swift sat on the edge of her bed, getting as close as possible to McCune so she could snap photos and talk with her, letting her know that if McCune couldn't come to her, Swift would make sure she would pay her a visit.
Swift stayed for roughly 20 minutes.
The girl says hugs sometimes hurt but asked for one from Swift.
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'Her parents came too and they were the sweetest people, and it meant so much to my husband and me as parents, ' Lilly revealed. "So maybe that can happen", McCune said in the video.
"Isabella has to go through painful, horrific dressing changes", she said to People Magazine in a phone interview. I knew it meant a lot to Isabella'.
Get the tissues ready, Taylor Swift surprised a very special fan after learning that she's going to have to miss her concert.
McCune was, of course in shock when her favorite singer showed up.
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The family never got their hopes, but when they found out that Swift would in fact surprise Isabella, her mother said it was the "best kept secret".
According to many grateful parents, the 28-year-old not only performed the full two hour long show but stayed an extra three hours to take photos and sign autographs for every kid while shouting them all pizza. The 8-year old fan told the pop star just how much her music keeps her calm, even on the worst of days.
The McCune family says Isabella suffered third-degree burns over 65 per cent of her body when a fire erupted at a neighbourhood party on St Patrick's Day in March.
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