Taylor Swift loves her fans. Like, she really loves her fans. I mean, more than almost any other pop star of her status in recent memory, Tay-tay LOVES her fans. In her latest act of superstar to fan largess, Swift found herself at the Brant Beach Yacht Club in Brant Beach, N.J., to take in the nuptials between a fellow named Max Singer and his bride Kenya Smith.


Congratulations Max and Kenya!!

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on Jun 4, 2016 at 5:33pm PDT

Apparently, Singer's sister had dashed off a letter to Taylor to tell her all about how their mother had recently fallen very ill and that her brother and sister-in-law had originally tied the knot in the hospital so that she would be able to witness their union before she passed. The note must have really moved the singer because when it came time for Mr. and Mrs. Singer to host a ceremony for their friends and family, Swift was there to share in the festivities with a smile. 

So Taylor swift showed up to my cousins wedding... 😳 #Surprised pic.twitter.com/98yDtmg7kH

— Gage Simmons (@Gage_Simmons) June 4, 2016

And if her mere presence weren't enough to knock out all of the couple's guests, when it came time to hit the dance floor, Swift sat herself behind a piano and performed a solo rendition of her hit single "Blank Space."

It was a special moment for the groom particularly, as it was the song that he'd chosen to dance to with his mother at their original ceremony. Ever the gracious guest, the singer also left the couple a nice handmade gift: a special card with the words "So it's gonna be forever" written in watercolors with a floral circle.