Taylor Gives Pranksters a Swift Kick

Taylor Swift can go to the head of the class . . . at least at the Horace Mann School for the Deaf in Boston.

The school had been disqualified from winning an on-campus show when it was determined that Internet pranksters were casting votes on their behalf thinking it would be funny for a school for deaf students to win a live concert.

According to the Boston Globe, Taylor caught wind of the story and is donating $10,000 plus concert tickets for everyone in the school to her next local show. Contest sponsors and VH1's Save the Music are also stepping up with donations of $50,000 and musical instruments for the school.

That's a class act!

 

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