About a year ago, Meghan Trainor got the chance to meet her biggest fan: 5-year-old Isabella Harvey, who is battling leukemia. Trainor teamed up with Teen Vogue to surprise the adorable fan with a ticket to her concert and also brought Isabella on stage as the "queen" of the night. Their encounter will bring tears to your eyes!
The singer's "All About That Bass" track has helped many of her fans get over various body issues and showed them how to accept themselves. Back in March, Meghan told CBS News:
"I get messages all the time: 'I hated myself, I didn't wanna go to school. I was so uncomfortable, and now I love myself. And I was in a really dark place until your song came out.' And I was like, 'Whoa, man, we gotta do more of these songs!'"
In April, Meghan Trainor made the lives of two young girls after her performance at West Palm Beach, Florida's Sunfest 2016. The singer reposted their tear-filled photo on her own Instagram, with the caption: "These girls melted my heart. Love you so much! Thanks for waiting for me. glad I got to hug you after the show."
Australia's radio night show, The Bump Show, gathered a troupe of dancers to join Meghan in learning the dance moves to "All About That Bass." The singer entered the room ready to teach, but little did she know the dancers already had the choreography down pat!
Only die-hard Ryan Seacrest fans may remember his short-lived Knock Knock Live series on FOX (it ended after just two episodes). But the pop culture personality managed to snag Justin Bieber and Meghan Trainor as guest stars. The "No" singer appeared on the show to surprise one of her fans (who was rocking a "Meghan Trainor" crown) by bringing her up on stage.
Meghan is very transparent when it comes to sharing her personal life with fans. When she had to get surgery for vocal cord hemorrhaging last year, the "Me Too" star shared an Instagram photo of her bare-faced and rocking a hospital gown. In a time where artists don't like to be exposed, this was a cool social media move for Meghan.
Meghan Trainor's upcoming album Thank You (out May 13) blossomed from her appreciation for the Megatrons. In a recent Fuse interview, the singer told us:
"I wrote a song for them called 'Thank You,' and I thought it was perfect for the album because I had all my dreams come true with my first album. I got the GRAMMY award and a lot of success—I wasn’t just a one-hit wonder. I wanted to thank my fans for pushing my music out there, and also thank my label, my management, the radio stations, magazines, my family…everyone. All I want is for people to hear my songs, so this is a big one for them."