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Taylor Swift is doing everything she can to make things right after a horrible prank left a Boston school for the deaf disqualified from an online contest that would have had the star perform for the students. To break it down, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing got disqualified from the competition after news surfaced that their winning votes tallied up because of campaign organized by a neighboring public school as a prank to increase the school's chances of winning the prize. In attempt to remedy the situation, the 22-year-old has made sure that every student at the school will receive a ticket to her next local concert --- and as if that's not enough --- Swift also made a 10- thousand dollar personal donation to the school, which was then matched by 4 other of the contest's sponsors. VH1's Save the Music program also followed suit --- pledging a 10-thousand dollar donation in instruments. Moved by the donations, Principal Jeremiah Ford told The Boston Globe newspaper QUOTE, "Are we the winner? Absolutely." We hate to hear that the school was victim to such a nasty prank -- and shame on those kids who were a part of the prank, it's not okay to act like this -- but we love that Taylor took it upon herself to make things right with the students and make sure that they weren't left completely empty-handed. What do you think about Taylor's latest act of compassion? Do you think she handled the situation well? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and stay tuned into ClevverTV for all your Taylor Swift updates --- and don't forget to pick up Tay's new album "Red" when it drops October 22nd! I'm Dana Ward in Hollywood, thanks for tuning in.
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