Taylor Swift Surprises A Fan By Giving A Mini-Concert At His Own WEDDING!

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Aww, TAYLOR!

Since she’s single again, Taylor Swift has some Saturday nights free to crash the weddings of her super fans!

While celebrating their love in front of their friends and family, Max Singer and Kenya Smith were surprised by Swift with a stripped-down performance of “Blank Space” that she’s coordinated with Max’s sister Ali over the last few months. And it’s super touching especially, because Max and his late mother bonded over their music and when she passed away, Max and Kenya married in front of her so she wouldn’t miss their union. And then…Taylor came to the wedding reception, which was held this weekend at the Brant Beach Yacht Club in Brant Beach, New Jersey.

“So Taylor swift showed up to my cousins wedding… #Surprised,” Gage Simmons captioned a video of the singer.

Back in April, Ali reached out to the “Shake It Off” singer, 26, about the death of her and Max’s mother in a touching letter, telling Swift how her brother had wed his wife in the hospital so their mom wouldn’t miss out on one of the biggest days of her son’s life.

Max and his late mother even danced to the newly single singer‘s hit “Blank Space” for their mother and son dance before she passed away.

“REMEMBER WHEN TAYLOR SWIFT CRASHED MY SISTER’S WEDDING,” Kenya’s sister Ashley excitedly tweeted.

Swift also made a special card for the married couple, writing “So it’s gonna be forever” in watercolors with a floral circle. Check out their fun pics and the touching card in the gallery below. So cute- and so sweet of Tay.

Photos: Instagram, Taylor Swift

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Monday, June 6th, 2016 at 9:09am
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