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Lucky Little Girl Gets Hug And Hat Delivery From Taylor Swift During Concert.

There’s something magical about going to your very first concert. But this 10-year-old’s was all the more special thanks to the kindness of Taylor Swift. Emma Jo Tassin absolutely adores this international superstar. She was having a blast at her Eras Tour show in Denver when, out of nowhere, Swift’s team offered for her to get involved in the show!

Swift is known for finding fun ways to get closer to her fans. One way she does this is by having her mom, Andrea Swift, and her team on the lookout during show for particularly awesome fans. In the past, this has led to invites for her meet-and-greets that take place after the shows.

For the Eras Tour, Swift goes a different route. During her performance of her hit song 22, a fan is brought directly in front of the stage. Here, Swift meets them, on her knees, for a hug and a quick chat.

Before she heads back to her dancers, Swift takes off her hat, which she has signed, and places it on the fan’s head. Needless to say, this is a coveted role for all Swifties. You can imagine, then, how elated little Emma Jo is when she learns that she has been chosen!

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Taylor Swift Makes 10-Year-Old Fan’s First Concert Magical

“It was my first concert, and I get to meet my favorite singer… all in my first concert,” Emma Jo says, later adding, “I gave her a bracelet that says ‘Emma Jo’ and I made it purple because that’s her favorite color, and she also wore it for the rest of the Red Era.”

This moment is sure to hold a special place in Emma Jo’s heart for the rest of her life. And as far as the hat goes, Mom plans on going the extra mile to make sure it stays safe.

“I said I’m buying a glass box and we’re putting it high on the shelf where no one can touch it,” Emma’s mom, Lindsey Tassin, says. “It’s going to have a lock on it.”

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