Gypsy Rose Blanchard, whose decade-long prison sentence is set to conclude in December, has one heartfelt desire upon her release. The woman, involved in her mother Dee Dee’s tragic demise, dreams of meeting Taylor Swift at the Kansas City Chiefs game on December 31. Her release date is scheduled for December 28, and with high hopes, she aims to encounter her idol, Taylor Swift, at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. To ensure this, she and her husband have already purchased tickets for Travis Kelce’s upcoming game.
Why Does Gypsy Rose Want to Meet Taylor Swift?
Swift’s music has been a beacon of inspiration for Blanchard, teaching her the true essence of “girl power.” Particularly, Swift’s 2012 song “Eyes Open” provided Blanchard with the strength to endure the trauma resulting from her mother’s abuse. Despite her incarceration, the 32-year-old felon invested her commissary funds from her father in acquiring every album Swift released. Blanchard’s deep admiration for Swift is evident as she affectionately refers to her as “the kick-ass chick.”
Who is Gypsy Rose Blanchard?
In July 2016, Blanchard pleaded guilty to her involvement in her mother’s tragic death. She was subsequently sentenced to a ten-year prison term. Blanchard confessed to orchestrating her boyfriend’s online acquaintance to kill her mother, Dee Dee, who had subjected her to severe abuse throughout her childhood. Dee Dee falsely claimed that Gypsy Rose required a wheelchair and a feeding tube, perpetuating a web of lies and manipulation. Homeschooled and isolated, Gypsy Rose endured years of psychological and physical torment at her mother’s hands. Dee Dee’s life was cut short when Gypsy Rose’s boyfriend, Nick Godejohn, stabbed her 17 times, leaving her lifeless body in a pool of blood on June 14, 2015.
As Gypsy Rose Blanchard’s ten-year prison sentence draws to an end this December, her fervent wish remains simple yet profound: to meet the inspiring artist whose music helped her find strength and resilience amid unimaginable circumstances.