Taylor Swift is no stranger to good deeds. So it’s no surprise that while in Australia, the 26-year-old pop star made it her business to pop into a local hospital and make some kids’ days a little brighter.
The Grammy winner paid a surprise visit to Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital in South Brisbane on Tuesday (July 12). According E! News, the “Blank Space” singer spent four hours meeting with patients, taking selfies and signing just about anything the families wanted. Swift’s visit was reportedly coordinated by the Starlight Children’s Foundation, an organization aimed at helping teens through their illnesses.
“Thank you Taylor Swift for dropping by the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital this afternoon to give our patients and families a special surprise they’ll never forget,” reads a post on the hospital’s official Facebook page, which also features a number of photos of the pop star with patients. “They’ll never ‘shake off’ the memories you made tonight.”
As any diehard Swiftie will tell you, this isn’t Taylor’s first time making an impromptu hospital visit. In 2014, the guitar-toting starlet surprised sick fans at Boston’s Children’s Hospital and sang songs with patients, which obviously led to a dance party. Taylor has even paid fans’ hospital bills before.
Good job, Taylor! Your generosity definitely doesn’t go unnoticed.