Singer Taylor Swift had a rather emotional moment while performing in Arizona, USA. During the concert, she sang Ronan, a song she wrote for a child named Ronan Thompson who died from neuroblastoma at the age of three. And that's when she opened up about her mother's cancer diagnoses, reported News.com.au.
The Bad Blood hitmaker got choked while she was introducing her emotional song and even spoke about how cancer has impacted her own family as her mother Andrea Finlay Swift was diagnosed with the disease in 2015.
Introducing Maya Thompson to the audience, the singer also revealed how the former's blog helped her in coping up with her mother's cancer.