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  • Taylor Swift gave a fan her "Midnight" merchandise
  • Todrick Hall shared how Swift surprised the fan with stage 4 cancer
  • Swift is known for being a generous celebrity, donating to fans and numerous charities

Taylor Swift made a big fan's wish come true, surprising her with a package filled with "Midnights"-themed merchandise.

On Monday, the 33-year-old "Lover" singer's best friend, Todrick Hall, shared a heartwarming story about Estelle, a "gigantic Taylor Swift fan," recently diagnosed with stage 4 cancer.


I hope this story warms your heart the way it did mine! ❤️

♬ Bejeweled - Taylor Swift

"About a week ago, I got a message from my good friend, Holly, who told me that one of her closest friends, Estelle, was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer in the eye, brain, and spine," the 37-year-old choreographer said in the video posted on TikTok.

He continued, "And Estelle is a gigantic Taylor Swift fan. So much so that she had a Taylor Swift-themed bridal shower, and her dream is to get a message from Taylor or get Taylor's attention to let her know how huge of a fan she is."

Hall shared that he showed the bridal shower video, directly sending it to the Grammy-award-winning musician, to which she responded that she'd like to "send her something."

The following day, the "American Idol" alum woke up to a happy surprise, seeing a message from Estelle which showed that she received a "full" box of Taylor Swift merchandise, inspired by the singer's latest album "Midnights," released in late October.

"This morning, I woke up and got chills all over my body when I saw this message from Estelle saying that a box showed up, bigger than her body, full of Taylor Swift merchandise," Todrick continued. "I know that she had a smile from ear to ear. She's been DMing me all day and I just wanted you to know that [there are] so many stories like this that I could tell, but this story, in particular, warmed my heart."

Fans, known as Swifties, flocked to the comments section to praise the "Blank Space" singer for being "amazing" and kind, and some social media users also sent prayers for Estelle's recovery.

"Instant tears!!! Taylor is amazing, and you are too for taking the step to reach out to her!! Sending Estelle healing vibes!!" one user wrote.

Another commented, "TAYLOR IS BEAUTIFUL SOUL. She never talks about her charity work and feels really genuine you are sharing this."

"Praying for Estelle and knew I made the right decision being a Swiftie when I was 6," a third user said.

Estelle, whose username is @poochyyy on Instagram, also posted a picture of the "Midnights"-themed merchandise on the social media platform and thanked Swift for being an inspiration.

"Reason #7261661543162 why I am a Swiftie. A cardboard box bigger than my body just arrived [on] my front porch loaded with merch from the QUEEN herself. Thank you @taylorswift for always being somebody for so many to look up to. You are an inspiration and a [world-class] human. I am at a true loss for words and will never ever forget this," Estelle wrote in the caption before adding another thank you to her friend Holly Allen and Hall for "connecting these dots and being two of the kindest humans."

Swift is well-known for being a generous celebrity who has donated to fans and multiple charities throughout her career. Last year, the singer helped out a then-19-year-old fan whose mother had been in a coma for three years. She donated about $15,000, according to Billboard.

Other charities the "Bejeweled" singer supported include Red Cross, UNICEF, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Children In Need, Save The Music Foundation, Feeding America and many more.

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LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 09: Taylor Swift attends the 2018 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on October 9, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images For dcp