The pair met at Swift's show in Sydney on Saturday (November 28)
A youthful Taylor Swift lover who suffers from a condition that results in hearing loss has realized her dream of meeting the pop star following an internet effort.
Jorja Hope, 12, has a state which causes "advancing, inner ear hearing loss" and ultimate deafness. Upon learning of the investigation, Hope's first fear was that she "will not be able to hear Taylor Swift sing".
A on-line effort was started in hope that Swift would meet with all the youthful lover, together with the pair eventually assembly at Swift's concert in Sydney on Saturday (November 28).
"She was really, very impressive and extremely fairly," Hope said after assembly Swift. "I did not expect her to be as tall as she was."
Of the show, she continued: "It was really, very interesting. We danced'
Meanwhile, Swift's film crew have reacted to claims that they hurt and unsettled rare birds during a video shoot last week (November 23) at Bethells Beach in New Zealand.
Campaigners have accused Cherokee Films of disregarding council licenses and taking too many vehicles onto the shore where many uncommon dotterel birds have their nests.
Cherokee Films have issued a total statement replying to the claims and describing that Swift wasn't linked to the preparation of the movie shoot.
"Taylor Swift and her management team were in no way responsible and didn't do anything that offended licenses or ordinances."
"Cherokee Films were filming at Bethells Beach on Monday 23rd November where a base camp was set up on private property which allowed for accessibility to the shore. We'd permission from the landowners and paid a fee for use of the property."
"At no time were the film crew close to that habitat," Cherokee Films said. "No dotterel were damaged."
"Cherokee Films has an extensive history of accountable movie shoots across Auckland, including Bethells Beach, where we've filmed many times. Our shoots have constantly been with support and the guidance of the relevant local authority – Display Auckland and Parks – and landowners.
"In acknowledgement of the issue this has added to those in charge of protecting local dotterel public Cherokee Films will make a contribution to the breeding program as we support your concerns. Cherokee Films is working with Display Auckland to solve this problem."