NEW YORK, June 19 (UPI) -- Taylor Swift is at it again!
The pop singer was recently caught performing yet another random act of kindness.
Recently, fans posted some very charming thank you notes written by the star after attending meet-and-greets during her 1989 concert tour.
Spike, a co-host on the long-running American radio show, Mojo in the Morning was one of the fortunate few to receive a letter. He took to Twitter saying, "So @taylorswift13 sent another note to my home. Such a sweetheart! I wonder if she licked that stamp? #SwiftSpit."
According to E! News, Spike brought along his daughters Nicole, 11, and Natalie, 13, to the meet-and-greet where Swift talked to Natalie about her Hunger Games T-shirt, and discussed her song writing process with Nicole, who was taking guitar lessons. Spike told E!, "Taylor was very enthusiastic about giving advice and then actually wrote out some specific guitar chords for my daughter to try using when coming up with songs...I'm not lying when I say that Taylor makes every single person special!"
Swift mentions the two girls in her note to Spike, which features a doodle of NYC, where she tells him to "please give Natalie and Nicole hugs for me."
Alex from Louisville, Ky., radio show 99.7 DJX also received a hand-written note from the "Blank Space" singer, mentioning a unique conversation about chicken nuggets. Swift wrote: "Very rarely do I get asked about chicken nuggets." She even complemented Alex's costume (replicated from Swift's "Blank Space" music video) stating that it was "so on point."
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Swift also gushed about her new beau, Calvin Harris, saying, "He is great, isn't he?"
The Louisville host is a big fan of Swift and told E! News that she couldn't stop crying when the two met backstage. "I'm obsessed...I don't know anyone that works in radio who freaks out like I do" she said.
Joel Murphy from 96.5 KISS FM, who met Swift during her show in Cleveland, also received a note. He mentioned to E! News that he wasn't even expecting a card from the celebrity, but he knew that she was one to send notes to professionals in his field. "Was really surprised that she took the time to... send a handwritten note" he said.
Murphy went on to say that a lot of artist can learn from Swift's kind gesture and that many lesser known names don't even take the time to meet fans backstage let alone send thank you notes. Murphy's letter included a photo a leaf captioned: "Hi Joel, here's a leaf for you!!"
"The fact that she continues to greet fans backstage plus sends out thank you cards? I think a lot of young artists can learn from her," Murphy said.
This isn't the first time Swift has sent notes to radio personnel.
Spike also received a letter when he attended Swift's Red Tour. "Fact is, Taylor's been doing this since the 'Teardrops On My Guitar' days. It's pretty extraordinary," the co-host said.
"I can tell you that no other entertainer on the map has the grace and class that Taylor displays," Spike continued. "It speaks to her spirit and the way she was raised. Her mom has taught her well and continues to watch over the relationship Taylor has with her fans."
Swift continues her 1989 world tour with a show in Cologne, Germany, on June 19.