Taylor Swift helps fan with extremely sweet gesture

Taylor told her 'get your learn on girl'

Taylor Swift

by Anna Sky Hulton |

Taylor Swift is known for her huge hits, including this year's songs, 'ME!' and 'You Need to Calm Down', but over the years she has also helped out a number of fans in need.

According to a post on Instagram, a fan called Ayesha has been given $4,000 by Taylor to pay off her tuition fees. Ayesha revealed that her parents are on minimum wage, with her mum also suffering from kidney disease. This has left the family trying to take out a loan, to allow their daughter to attend college for another semester.

On hearing about the family's troubles, Taylor has come to the aid of her fan and transferred the money into her fan's account. A shocked Ayesha posted a photo confirming $6,386.47 Canadian dollars were transferred, with the message, 'Ayesha, get your learn on girl. I love you! Taylor'.

Over the years, Taylor has helped a number of fans. Last year, the pop star helped a heavily pregnant fan in Manchester who received an incredible donation from the singer. Taylor's fan Stephanie shared her heartwarming story to the public and fellow fans on The Swift Life app, about the pop superstar's selfless act of kindness.

Stephanie, who was homeless for much of her pregnancy, told how the singer invited her backstage. She went on to say she had been 'contemplating posting this story for a while'.

Continuing, 'What many of you don’t know is that for eight months of my pregnancy I was homeless. Long story short our first flat was condemned for health and safety reasons and we lost everything.'

Back in 2016, Taylor also surprised two fans, Max Singer and Kenya Smith, at their New Jersey wedding. Max’s sister who wrote to Taylor explaining that the couple had married in their mother’s hospital room, so she could be part of the occasion before she passed away.

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This lovely gesture comes just a week after Taylor is rumoured to be working on a song about female empowerment with Selena Gomez and Katy Perry. The news comes after a fan who attended a Taylor Swift listening party revealed there will be a Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez and Katy Perry collaboration on her new album.

Taylor's new album 'Lover' is due for release on the 23rd August and fans are super excited.

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Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello
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Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello teamed up for their summer hit 'Señorita', also dropping their steamy music video.

Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber
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Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber have teamed up for 'I Don't Care', a catchy, upbeat song which was immediately a hit with fans around the world.

Calvin Harris and Rag'n'Bone Man
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Not only is Calvin Harris a superstar DJ, he's also an amazing producer and he teamed up with Rag'n'Bone Man on 'Giant' in January. The DJ told us how the singer slid into his DMs, sending over some chord ideas - and before long the pair were working together on this hit - 'Giant'.

Sam Smith and Normani
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Normani confirmed she was working with Sam Smith late last year, and the pair dropped their single 'Dancing With A Stranger' in January.

Lauv & Troye Sivan
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American singer-songwriter Lauv and Australian singer-songwriter Troye Sivan teamed up for this Top 10 hit, 'i'm so tired...'.

Jonas Blue
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British DJ and producer Jonas Blue has teamed up with Danish singer Theresa Rex for their great song 'What I Like About You', which reached the Top 10 in the UK Dance Chart.

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This collaboration between British DJ Jax Jones and French DJ Martin Solveig, under their collaborative name Europa, was released in March.

Avicii and Aloe Blacc
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'SOS' is the first single to be released since the untimely death of Avicii in April 2018. At the time of his death, Avicii had been working on a new album and the album was completed by his collaborators and released with the permission of his family.

Taylor Swift and Brendon Urie
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Taylor's first single of 2019 was a collaboration with Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco. The pop star had her fans very excited when she first posted a date on her socials. On the 26th April it was revealed to be a new single, 'ME!'. The song, along with the music video have been a huge hit with fans. In just a few hours the music video had more than 16 million views.

Still Avicii's music video
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Following the release of Avicii's posthumous album, 'Tim', the music video for 'Heaven', his collaboration with Coldplay's Chris Martin was released. The video was very emotional to watch.

Ariana Grande and Social House
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Ariana Grande teamed up with American duo Social House on her single 'Boyfriend'. The music video for the song featured all three of them at a house party, which ended in a fight. Ariana even ended up shooting heart-shaped lasers!

John Newman and Nina Nesbitt
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John Newman and Nina Nesbitt joined forces on their new collaboration 'Without You'. 'Without You' comes four years after John's last Top 5 hit, 'Come and Get It' was released and speaking about his new collaboration, John said, "I have also been a fan of Nina and always loved working with her, it was an easy decision to get her on this stonker!"

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Norwegian DJ Kygo released one of the hits of 2019 when he remixed Whitney Houston's cover of 'Higher Love'.

Ed Sheeran and Stormzy
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Ed and Stormzy worked together for Ed's collab album in 2019, releasing the massive track 'Take Me Back To London'.

Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey
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They are three of the most successful women in pop, so when Ariana, Miley and Lana teamed up to release 'Don't Call Me Angel' for the 2019 movie adaptation of Charlie's Angels, fans were left over the moon!

Becky Hill and Sigala
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He's dropped some massive its in recent years, but Sigala's 2019 collab with Becky Hill was certainly one of his most popular! Becky wrote the track about an ex-boyfriend, and it became one of the tracks of the summer.

Tiesto and Mabel
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Legendary DJ Tiesto teamed up with Mabel to release 'God Is A Dancer' in September 2019.

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