Taylor Swift makes fan cry -- but that's not the most surprising part

17 November 2014 / 1 year 11 months ago

'Shake It Off' hitmaker Taylor Swift delivered a pint-size Mercedes-Benz to a toddler in North Haven, Connecticut.

The 'Shake It Off' hitmaker gave the impressive present to the son of Stephanie Barnett, who's a huge fan of the award-winning singer, and even delivered it in person to their home in North Haven, Connecticut.

Stephanie recalled the surreal incident, saying: "I open the door and she's like, 'Hey, Steph!' and it's just her right there and I lost it.

"I was literally bawling on my couch, like, inconsolably, that she would do this for me and my son."

Taylor, 24, has given gifts to fans in the past, but that she took the time to deliver the present in person made it even more special for Stephanie and her two-year-old son Leyton.

She told NBC Connecticut: "The car was so big, she's like, 'I don't know how to ship it, so I thought I'd bring it over.' And I was, like, 'Who does that?' It's incredible."

Taylor - who gave Leyton a peck on the cheek - and Stephanie have spoken before via social media.

And Stephanie paid a glowing tribute to her hero, saying: "She's unbelievable. The things she does for her fans, and she's a really amazing person. She's gotten a lot of people through so much more than anyone can imagine."

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