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Over 100 stars take part in an online concert, Together At Home, celebrating the world's key workers.
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The song was originally written about Swift's mother, who has been fighting cancer, but the lyrics are bound to resonate with anyone who has a friend, relative or loved one in hospital right now.
It was a simple performance, with Swift sitting at a piano, her eyes determinedly closed throughout the song - but somehow that made it all the more emotional.
No wonder they held this one back until the closing moments of the broadcast.
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Just three weeks ago, St John Ambulance cadets in the East of England came up with a "banging" idea to cheer us up.
Luke Stevenson and his friends asked members to make up some dance moves to Taylor Swift's Shake It Off.
They rose to the challenge and the video has now gone live.
"Great work. Thank you to everyone who got involved", he said.