Who doesn't love Taylor Swift?
Just ask the six-year-old cancer patient she visited yesterday at Boston's Children's Hospital.
Or spend some time with her castmates in The Giver.
Even though the singer's part in the film isn't very big, she did manage to win over cast and crew during the short time she was on set.
"She's so wonderful," Katie Holmes says. "She's so nice, so talented and so unbelievably talented."
During downtime on the South African set, Swift made some music with costars Jeff Bridges and Brenton Thwaites.
"We all jammed," Thwaites said. "We were all quite musical and we opened up through music. It was nice."
Jeff Bridges says he'd love for Taylor to join him on stage when he's on the road with his band, The Abiders. "We're going out in a couple of weeks, hitting the East Coast," he said. "I don't know what she's got going on but it would be great to see her again."
Thwaites, by the way, is able to find the funny in the false rumors that he and Swift became more than just friends while making the movie. "She's like a brother to me," the hottie Australian cracked.
Odeya Rush, Thwaites' young romantic interest in the movie, chimed in, "I'm not dating Taylor. I'm sorry! Me and Taylor are like sisters."
Perhaps Swift will be a surprise performer at the movie's New York premiere on Aug. 11. One Republic is already set to perform their song from the film "Ordinary Human" at the event, which will be broadcast live in select movie theaters throughout the U.S.