The Hope sisters are counting down the days, hours and minutes until the Taylor Swift concert in Sydney where Jorja will get to meet her idol.
The twin sisters from Maitland, Jorja and Chloe, stole the hearts of many people from around the globe when they launched a social media campaign in October.
Jorja, 12, has a condition that causes progressive, inner-ear hearing loss and will one day go deaf.
When she was diagnosed the first thing she said was: "I won't be able to hear Taylor Swift sing".
Chloe decided to make her twin sister's dreams come true and started the campaign #HelpJorjaMeetTaylorSwiftSydney
With a little help from the Mercury the campaign went viral and eventually Sydney radio station, Nova 96.9, stepped in to get Jorja a meet and greet with Swift.
Jorja said on a scale of one to 10 her excitement levels were at least 1000.
"I am going to tell Taylor Swift that I love her," she said. "I'm going to ask her what type of lipstick she uses."
Both girls will head to Sydney with their mother Melissa Hope to see the show which is at ANZ Stadium.
Jorja can't wait to hear Swift sing Clean, while Chloe wants to hear one of her originals Love Story.
Both girls said Swift was an inspiration to them because she always stands up to bullies and has a positive outlook on life.
While the meeting on Saturday will be a life changing moment for super-fan Jorja, the experience has been both fabulous and overwhelming for the entire family.
"I just cannot say thank you enough," Melissa said.
As for Chloe she is expecting a very good Christmas present off her twin sister this year.
"I love Chloe for doing this," Jorja said.
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