Taylor Swift honored Mount Greenwood’s Emily Beazley in an amazing way during her sold out performances at Soldier Field over the weekend, according to Beazley's supporters.
Swift performed onstage at her 1989 World Tour concert wearing Beazley’s favorite colors --- purple and green. But she didn’t stop the tribute there.
Fans in the stadium were also given LED wristbands that lit up to her music, and at one point turned the stadium purple and green along with her.
Emily Beazley passed away in May at the age of 12 following a public battle with cancer.
Two weeks before her death, Emily was granted one of her final big wishes: to talk to her favorite singer Taylor Swift. After supporters made countless attempts to get Swift's attention on social media, the Grammy Award-winning superstar made a call to Beazley.
"The smile on my daughter [is one] I have not seen in a very, very long time," her mother Nadia Beazley said at the time. "I could cry."
Purple and green were Beazley's favorite colors and were used to show support for the young girl as she battled a type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Mount Greenwood even lined her street with purple and green ribbons at one point.
Though Swift didn't publicly acknowledge the tribute, Beazley’s supporters shared images from the show on social media over the weekend, thanking her for the subtle honor and for "lighting up for Emily."
Beazley’s mother told NBC Chicago Monday to see her daughter's memory lit up by thousands of fans was "pretty cool."