Jorja Hope's wildest dreams came true on Saturday night when she met her idol Taylor Swift.
The Maitland schoolgirl lived out a fairy tale on the weekend after the local community and the entire world came out to help her meet the pop music superstar.
It all started when Jorja found out she has a condition that causes progressive, inner-ear hearing loss and will one day go deaf.
The first thing she said when she got the prognosis was: "I won't be able to hear Taylor Swift sing".
Twin sister Chloe was upset by the news and wanted to do something special for her sister so she launched the social media campaign #HelpJorjaMeetTaylorSwiftSydney
It went viral and eventually Sydney radio station, Nova 96.9, stepped in to get Jorja a meet and greet with Swift.
The moment came to fruition on Saturday night in Sydney and it was everything Jorja had hoped for.
"She was very, very amazing and very pretty," Jorja said.
"I didn't expect her to be as tall as she was."
The girls took the pop star a gift- Mortels Ugg Boots from Thornton.
"She was very excited," Jojra said.
After the photo opportunity the twins enjoyed prime seats for the ANZ Stadium show with the 76,000 strong crowd.
"It was very, very fun, we danced all night," she said.
The family's story was so inspiring that Weekend Today, the Channel Nine breakfast show, featured the Hope family in a segment on Sunday.
Full story in Monday's Mercury.