Taylor Swift Made Sure This Fan's Graduation Was Special, Even If She Couldn't Be There

"I'm very lucky that a girl like you cares about me."

Taylor Swift definitely knows how to make her fans happy. The singer has been keeping a relatively low profile in recent months, but she just did something very special for Ashley Silvers, who graduated college on Saturday.

Silvers, who has reportedly seen Swift in concert eight times, invited the singer to her graduation party. Swift couldn't make it, but the invitation didn't go unacknowledged. Silvers shared on Twitter and Instagram that Swift sent her a bouquet of flowers and a card containing a handwritten message and a doodle of New York City, with a reference to Swift's song "Welcome to New York."


"I sent an email to her site and mailed the invitations to her headquarters in Nashville! It was basically the party invitation and a letter explaining why I was inviting her and what she means to me," Silvers told E! News of how she got in contact with Swift.

Swift's message was one that any fan would be thrilled to receive. "Hi love!" she wrote. "I'm so sad that I can't make it to your graduation party! The New York theme, the photo booth, it being on the 13th ... that's my kind of party. I'm so proud of you, your hard work and dedication, your excitement and ambition."

"I'm very lucky that a girl like you cares about me," Swift continued, adding that she was sending Silvers and her family "love and hugs."

Silvers, who graduated from the University of Central Florida, shared her appreciation for the gesture to E! News, saying, "Thank you, Taylor, for showing me that you see us and appreciate us just as much as we do you. Love you!"

This isn't even close to the first time Swift has done something special for her fans. Last Christmas, she surprised a 96-year-old veteran who loves her music with a house call. Before that, she showed up to perform at a couple's wedding. She even sent flowers to congratulate America's Got Talent winner Grace VanderWaal, whom Simon Cowell dubbed "the next Taylor Swift."

Who will the next lucky fan be? It could be you.

(H/T: Us Weekly)

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