Taylor Swift helps pay off student loan, makes fan cry

Taylor Swift performs onstage during iHeartRadio Jingle Ball 2014, hosted by Z100 New York and presented by Goldfish Puffs at Madison Square Garden on Dec. 12, 2014, in New York.

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Taylor Swift sure knows how to make her fans cry -- with tears of joy.

Last month, the pop superstar sent holiday gifts to fans, resulting in tears, screams and practically everything in between -- all caught on video.

In one of her latest kind gestures, Swift sent superfan Rebekah Bortniker a watercolor (painted by Swift herself!), a necklace and a check for $1,989. The check, which references her new Grammy-nominated album "1989," was meant to go toward helping Bortniker pay off her student loans.

"Rebekah, now you're closer to paying those student loans," Swift wrote in a note. Bortniker had a hard time controlling her tears while reading the message aloud in a video posted on YouTube.

"Hi you! I was thinking about you today and how you've been there cheering me on in the most thoughtful and creative ways," Swift wrote in a card. "I really really really really hope you like it. I'm not a good painter but I think you're so beautiful and positive, even though you're dealing with the stress life brings, so I wanted to make you something."