When Taylor Swift CRASHES your wedding to sing – photos and videos only tell part of story

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Photos don’t begin to capture the excitement.

Pop star Taylor Swift flew in to sing at the reception for newlyweds Max Singer and Kenya Smith, People Magazine reported.

In April, Swift received a touching letter from Max’s sister Ali about their mother who recently passed away. She described the touching moment her brother and mom shared.

Congratulations Max and Kenya!!

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

She told the singer how Max and his bride were actually wed in their mother’s hospital room and danced to Swift’s hit single “Blank Space” for the mother and son dance.

Swift was so moved by the letter she conspired with Ali to show up at their vow renewal to sing the song for them personally, which she did on Saturday at the Brant Beach Yacht Club.

Third wheel ?

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

She even made a card for the newlyweds.

Taylor Swift Wedding Card
Photo credit Taylor Swift via People Magazine.

Swift and guests shared photos and videos of the wedding on social media.

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