'I can't stop crying': Taylor Swift sends Ontario fan $6K for university tuition

Taylor Swift has just made one of her most dedicated Canadian fan’s “Wildest Dreams” come true after she donated more than $6,000 to her university tuition fund.

Ayesha Khurram has been a diehard fan of the pop superstar since 2009.

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