Singing sensation Taylor Swift gave her seal of approval to a cover of her song “False God” by English singer-songwriter James Bay on social media.

Earlier this week, Bay posted a video of him playing a guitar and adding his own profound vocals to the track from Swift’s “Lover” album in an Instagram story.

It did not take much time for the video to go viral and one of the fan pages of the “Bad Blood” hitmaker shared the video across all social media platforms. Bay was applauded for his efforts and the fans soon started demanding a full cover of the song.

Interestingly, Swift grabbed the video before it expired from the story and re-storied it on her Instagram profile. “This is STUNNING. THE TALENT,” she wrote in a now-deleted Instagram story, according to Billboard.

As soon as the 45-second video was shared by Swift, her fans went berserk over the killer tribute to one of the songs that they love so much.

The video made its way to Twitter, where everyone was in awe of Bay’s singing and immediately declared it “one of the best covers” of any Taylor Swift song.

This is not the first time Bay showed some love to the “Call It What You Want” hitmaker. Last year, he recorded a soulful cover of Swift’s “Delicate” for BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge and it garnered a lot of appreciation from the fans.

He also got the chance to open for her during her “1989” World Tour back in 2015.

Swift has been inspiring a lot of people through her music over the years and whenever her fans or fellow colleagues return the favor by producing melodious covers of her songs, she takes time to acknowledge their efforts.

Meanwhile, it was recently announced that Swift will be performing in this year’s Melbourne Cup and will provide entertainment to the spectators of the racing event.

The chairperson of Victoria Racing Club, Amanda Elliot, told Sydney Morning Herald that she and her organization have been trying to get Swift onboard for a very long time.

“It’s been a very strategic and considered approach to getting the right artist. Having an entertainer like Taylor Swift with her reach, there will be a mixture of traditional race people and we would expect quite an uplift in an audience outside of that as well,” Elliot said.

Taylor Swift attends the 2019 InStyle And Warner Bros. Golden Globes After Party. Getty Images/Rich Fury