Taylor Swift does so many selfless, amazing things for her fans that it's impossible to report on all of them, but every now and then, we like to bring you a story of Taylor's commitment to the folks who made her famous, just to remind you how awesome she really is.
Yesterday, it was revealed that Taylor donated $50,000 to New York City schools as her way of thanking the city for inspiring her single "Welcome to New York."
Today, a diehard Swifty took to social media to share a once-in-a-lifetime selfie and an incredibly heartwarming story about her recent encounter with Taylor:
Sinead Murray lives in the small town of Matlock, England, but she recently journeyed to London, hoping to catch a glimpse of Taylor on the red carpet at tonight's Brit Awards.
Taylor had been following Sinead on Tumblr for some time and knew that they were going to be in London at the same time.
When Taylor realized that Murray had camped out in the cold for several hours in hopes of meeting her before a radio interview, she instructed her publicist to hunt Sinead down.
"Someone must have told her where I was," Murray says. "Because her publicist came over to me and said, 'Are you Sinead?'
"A few minutes later, Taylor was coming towards me! She said: 'HEY SINEAD!' And I was freaking out because she knew my name!"
Okay, so it's not quite as cool as the time Taylor gave some fans burrito money, or the time she hosted a 1989 listening party for a group of random Twitter followers, but we're sure it was pretty thrilling for Sinead.
Yes, Taylor does so many cool things for her fans that tracking one down for a meet-and-greet in a foreign country doesn't even top her Awesome List.