Taylor Swift surprises CFer Girl who sang her songs to help her through Cystic Fibrosis

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According to the Daily Mail online, Taylor Swift organised a surprise meeting with a 12-year-old cystic fibrosis patient, Ella Sinclair, who sang the pop star’s songs to help her repair her lungs and add years to her life.

Ella met Taylor Swift on Monday after the US singer flew her to Adelaide to see her ahead of her concert.

Ella Sinclair started singing Swift’s songs when she was six years old and the vocal exercises helped repair her damaged lungs following severe bacterial infections due to the cystic fibrosis.

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