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Taylor Swift received a message from eight-year-old Isabella McCune that she could not miss: an invitation to visit her at the Arizona Burn Center.
Michael Chow / azcentral.com

PHOENIX – Isabella McCune stared in disbelief out of her wheelchair in a yellow hospital gown walked into the room at the Arizona Burn Center on Saturday.

Could it be? Was it possible? Was it really … Taylor Swift?

Isabella was speechless. She is more than a regular fan of the pop singer. Taylor Swift's music helped the 8-year-old girl in a torturous ordeal after a terrible accident in March.

On Wednesday, Isabella made a video to Swift, a moving request from her hospital bed, explaining how she had hoped to go to Swift's concert in Glendale on Tuesday, but she could not leave the hospital.

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Eight-year-old Isabella McCune was burned over half of her body and will recover at the Arizona Burn Center. She wishes a visit from Taylor Swift.
Michael Chow, The Republic | azcentral.com

"I heard you were here and I wanted to visit you, but maybe you can visit me, maybe that can happen," she said in the video.

Now she was here. Taylor Swift

Sitting on the edge of Isabella's bed, Swift approached the little girl in her wheelchair and said how happy she was to meet her.

Isabella finally spoke. She said she told Swift how much she liked her music and how she listened during the worst part of her day when doctors at Burn Center put her into a twilight sleep.

For two hours, sometimes three, they work on her, switching the bandages to burns that cover almost her whole body. Isabella listens to the music and sings, her sweet voice soft in the operating room.

Isabella told Swift how it is the only thing that keeps her quiet.

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Swift told Isabella that she was honored with it. She had brought Isabella a bag of T-shirts and sweatshirts from the tour.

The singer signed pictures for Isabella and her brother, 14-year-old Zachary, and then Isabella asked the singer to sign pictures for her friends and friends for the nurse who helps with her bandage changes.

Swift wrote a message in Isabella's journal where hospital staff and visitors write inspiring notes: "Isabella, I hope you feel better soon, and I'm honored you've listened to my music I can not wait to have you in a show !!

"Stay strong, beautiful.

"Love, Taylor Swift."

If you visit Isabella McCune, Taylor Swift has also left a note for her. (Photo: J.D. McCune)

On her visit to Isabella McCune, Taylor Swift also left her a note. [Photo: JD McCune]

Swift told Isabella that if she felt that way – and when her doctor and her parents said it was alright – they could come to a concert

"I can Do not expect to come to my concert, "Swift told Isabella.

It was a dumb visit without media allowed. Swift arrived and brought her parents to visit at 1pm. and stayed about 20 minutes, said Lilly McCune, Isabella's mother.

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hugging Taylor Swift 8-year-old Isabella McCune was killed on May 5, 2018. Isabella was badly burned in an accident and had made a video in which she wanted to visit Swift at the Arizona Burn Center. (Photo: JD McCune)