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Local artist uses family's holiday light display to get attention from Taylor Swift

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TWINSBURG, Ohio — A local singer-songwriter used her family’s holiday light display to get the attention of Grammy-award winner Taylor Swift.

On Instagram and Twitter Friday, Sarah Bailey posted a video of her family’s extravagant Christmas lights display tracked with Swift’s “Christmas Tree Farm.”

Captioning her post “BAILEY FAMILY LIGHT,” the local singer reminded the public about a food drop box for donations to Our Community Hunger Center located at 9733 Ravenna Road in Twinsburg.

Her light display got the attention of Swift, prompting a direct message to the Bailey.

"Sarah! I loved your family's Christmas lights show!!! Thank you (and your dad) so much for using 'Christmas Tree Farm' to create such a fun spectacle. I really love how you've chosen to give back by mentioning your local food bank 🙏 I've made a donation to Our Community Hunger Center in your hometown. Happy Holidays! Love, Taylor,” Swift wrote on Instagram.

Bailey expressed her excitement and shock about receiving a response from the music star.

“I’m sobbing right now, you are my biggest inspiration and never EVER expected to get a message FROM YOU OMG!!!!!," she said to Swift.