Taylor Swift has a lot of surprising fans and apparently, Gypsy Rose Blanchard is one of them.
Following her December 28 parole release from prison, Gypsy Rose said that Taylor Swift's music helped her healing journey in prison and she was hopeful to score tickets to a Chiefs game and meet the "Cruel Summer" singer.
TMZ reported that Gypsy Rose had said that money sent to her in prison by her father mostly went to buying herself Taylor Swift's albums and that her song "Eyes Open" was one of the main ones that helped her to heal and move past the abuse she suffered at the hands of her mother.
Gypsy Rose was the subject of the 2017 documentary Mommy Dead and Dearest, which detailed Gypsy Rose's childhood growing up with factitious disorder imposed on another (previously referred to as Munchausen syndrome by proxy) and ultimately, Gypsy Rose and her then-boyfriend murdering her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard.
Unfortunately for Gypsy Rose, TMZ reports that she won't be able to meet her idol at a Chiefs game after all. Although the Gypsy Rose is reportedly a huge football fan as well as being a Swiftie, it seems that she was told she wouldn't be able to stay in the Kansas City area.
Although it's unclear why, the report says that Gypsy Rose was told that she had to leave the state of Missouri as soon as possible. TMZ speculates that the reason is likely for her (and other peoples') safety as there's been such a spectacle around the fact that Gypsy Rose was released on Thursday, December 28.
Unfortunately, she won't be able to make her "Wildest Dreams" come true by making her way into the luxury suite where Taylor Swift watches her beau Travis Kelce play from.
Despite that, Gypsy Rose says that she's "ready for freedom" following her release from prison. She says that she regrets what she did to her mother and encourages people who are in abusive situations like she was to try to find another way out instead of following in her footsteps. In her upcoming docuseries, she'll be telling the full story of her tragic life in her own words for the first time.