Pizza party for 2,000? Yes, please!
“Delicate” singer Taylor Swift begins her worldwide Reputation tour on Tuesday night.
Like any seasoned professional, the 28 year old has been performing dress rehearsals before the real thing kicks off in Glendale, Arizona.
The show’s final rehearsal, however, is likely to put all others in the shade!
The multiple Grammy award winner filled the University of Phoenix stadium with over 2,000 adoptive and foster families to jam out to tracks from her 6th studio album, as well as 10 songs from her previous albums.
It didn’t stop there, though, as after the concert, Tay-Tay organized a massive pizza party for all those in attendance.
One of the lucky attendees, Kellie Dillon, told E! News, “I don’t think Taylor understands what this meant to these foster and adoptive families! Some of these children have been through terrible journeys in their lifetime, so to me being able to escape for an incredible evening like that was out of this world! She was so genuine and we truly felt like we were hanging out with a friend and had a pizza party at the end of the night. A magical evening we will never forget.”
Talk about a fantastic End Game.