Taylor Swift brought joy to Cyrus Porter's home this Monday in Missouri. Mr. Porter is a 96 year-old Second War Veteran that surprisingly is a fan of Taylor's songs. The old man has also been already in two of the singer's concerts.
This Christmas holiday, Taylor joined Porter's family and relatives to sing her best hits like "Shake It Off" next to his special fan. From the moment she stepped in to the house, all guests started screaming and were brought to tears. There Swift sang along with Porter's family, his 20 grandchildren that special day, according to CNN News.
The War Veteran calls himself a "Swifty" referring to be a big fan of Taylor. Porter said that only Swift can put on a show like that, which nobody else can. There are about sixty people in Porter's house who shared social media videos and tweets about Taylor's performance that day. One of his grandchildren described the event like a "Christmas Miracle".
The singer sporting out a simple outfit of dark pants and a comfy sweater brought intense joy that Monday evening in Missouri, while playing her acoustic guitar for everybody. Mr. Porter had a great time clapping and singing along his favorites songs, relates Daily Mail UK.
Not only that Swift sang for the whole of Porter's family, but the pop singer also made herself belong and at home. She was at ease of playing with the veteran's grandchildren, took photos with the rest of the family, and hearty chit-chats with everyone. For the present community, it was like a long-distance family member has come home for the holidays.
Lynette Fowler, Porter's daughter, shared that his father had the time of his life when Swift paid a visit. Truly a Christmas every Swifty would dream of experiencing and it's a dream come true for this old war hero.
— robert frye (@bert_frye) 26 de diciembre de 2016
okay this is the last thing i'm posting. @taylorswift13 I still can't believe it!! pic.twitter.com/G5pfUpYaH6 — Landon (@Landon_Poore) 26 de diciembre de 2016
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