Nova’s Fitzy & Wippa with Kate Ritchie perform extraordinary act of kindness by surprising ten-year-old girl with Taylor Swift tickets

Nova's Fitzy and Wippa with Kate Ritchie brought a 10-year-old Swiftie to tears on Friday morning after surprising her with two tickets to Taylor Swift's concert in Sydney: Pictured: Presenters Kate Ritchie and Michael 'Wippa' Wipfli with young Olivia
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Nova’s Fitzy and Wippa with Kate Ritchie moved a ten-year-old Swiftie to tears on Friday morning after surprising her with two tickets to Taylor Swift’s concert in Sydney.

The radio stars discussed their recent competition where listeners could score Eras Tour tickets by beating the hosts at a game of paintball and how an enthusiastic father had narrowly lost.

‘We met a beautiful family from Scone, rural NSW. What was exciting was that the father, Pete, was there. He was the one who actually played paintball,” Wippa began.

‘He desperately did everything he could to win tickets for his daughter Olivia… Unfortunately, Pete was shot by Kate and had to leave. Olivia was on the sidelines crying.”

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The hosts quickly decided they couldn’t leave the youngster disappointed, so Michael ‘Wippa’ Wipfli and Kate Ritchie hopped on a plane to Scone to give the family two free tickets.

Nova’s Fitzy and Wippa with Kate Ritchie brought a 10-year-old Swiftie to tears on Friday morning after surprising her with two tickets to Taylor Swift’s concert in Sydney: Pictured: Presenters Kate Ritchie and Michael ‘Wippa’ Wipfli with young Olivia

Upon arrival, Olivia was moved to tears when she saw the hosts gave her a free pass to see her idol in person.

“We were so touched by how much you love Taylor and how wonderful your family was… We thought we had to get the last two tickets for our girl Olivia,” Wippa told her.

Olivia then broke down in tears and thanked the couple, telling them that their extraordinary act of kindness meant so much to her.

The radio stars discussed their recent competition where listeners could score Taylor Swift (pictured) Eras Tour tickets by beating the hosts at a game of paintball and how one enthusiastic dad narrowly lost.  The hosts decided to rectify this by giving his daughter two tickets

The radio stars discussed their recent competition where listeners could score Taylor Swift (pictured) Eras Tour tickets by beating the hosts at a game of paintball and how one enthusiastic dad narrowly lost. The hosts decided to rectify this by giving his daughter two tickets

Taylor Swift’s Sydney leg of her Eras tour kicks off at Accor Stadium on Friday evening.

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To ensure fans don’t miss any of this exciting 44-song marathon, a number of helpful tips have been distributed online.

Considering the show lasts over three hours, many Swifties have debated when to take a bathroom break. While some have suggested extreme measures, such as wearing adult diapers so as not to miss a single song, others have suggested less extreme options.

The youngster was moved to tears when she saw the presenters give her a ticket to see her idol in person

The youngster was moved to tears when she saw the presenters give her a ticket to see her idol in person

Luckily for Sydney, concertgoers from Melbourne have shared their experiences to help determine the best time to go.

The obvious choice is to run to the toilet after Sabrina Carpenter’s support set – but Melbourne Swifties have warned the queues will be huge then.

However, between each ‘era’ it has been revealed that Taylor spends a few minutes offstage changing outfits.

Swift will perform four shows in Sydney from Friday February 23 to Monday February 26.

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