Taylor Swift just told nearly 200 super fans that they need to chow down.
In order to be first to her "Good Morning America" concert on Thursday, hundreds of Swifties prepared to camp out Wednesday night on the New York City streets. They weren't, however, prepared for a special delivery from Swift herself.
The "Lover" singer ordered 30 pizzas, and water, for her fans after seeing a photo of their makeshift campground on the Fifth Avenue sidewalk.
She dispatched her dad, Scott Swift, and her team to hand out the goodies, which also included exclusive guitar picks to promote her upcoming "Lover" album, which drops Friday.
Her dad also posed for selfies with the hundreds of smiling fans.
New York's Finest were also there to ensure no one hassled the hundreds of Taylor's fans.
"Rest assured Swifties, the NYPD never sleeps & our officers will be around all night long keeping you safe!" the NYPD tweeted Wednesday night, along with a photo of uniformed officers on the scene and the hashtag #TaylorSwiftOnGMA.
Taylor is scheduled to perform Thursday at 8:30 a.m. in New York’s Central Park for ABC’s "Good Morning America."
Fans were advised to arrive by 5:30 a.m. because admission to the concert is first come, first served.
ABC News' Mya Green and Sean Francis contributed to this report.