2 Girls Rewrite “Blank Space” for Their Autistic Cousin—Then Taylor Swift Herself Responds With THIS!!

5-year-old Jacob Hill has autism and was in need of a therapy dog to help him, as his condition often causes him to wander off from his family.

His sister Jordan Fox and her cousin Makaylee Duhon, decided to get creative in their attempt to help him by doing a witty remake of Taylor Swift’s famous “Blank Space” song.

Schoolgirls Jordan Fox and Makaylee Duhon, who created their own version of one of Taylor Swift's most famous songs to raise money for their autistic relative Jacob Hill, pictured 

Through their own lyrics set to the popular tune, they asked people to donate money for Jacob’s cause.

Little did they know, they would get a response from T-Swift herself!

When Taylor and her mom Andrea saw the video, they were so touched that they donated $10,000 for Jacob’s dog—which exceeded the amount needed to fulfill the fund goal.

Along with the $10,000 donation, they wrote, “Jacob, we hope you love your new dog! Please tell your cousins that they did a great job on the song! Love, Taylor and Andrea Swift.”

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With one swift stroke of the keyboard the Swifts skyrocketed Jacob’s fund to over $13,000—more than enough for him to get his therapy dog.


It’s pretty amazing what a lot of love mixed with a little creativity can accomplish. You never know who may be watching!

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