GLAAD's "Wildest Dreams" came true: The LGBT media organization's awards show received a surprise visit from Taylor Swift.
The singer presented Orange Is the New Black star Ruby Rose with the Stephen F. Kolzak Award at the 27th annual GLAAD Media Awards Saturday at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.
"Tonight I'm here to honor someone who through her words and through her actions proves that she is a force of nature," the "Shake It Off" singer said.
"She tells the world that no one can judge us and no one can stop us. She is a woman of many talents. She is my friend, Ruby Rose."
As Swift noted, the Stephen F. Kolzak Award honors those who have "made a significant contribution in the fight for equality and acceptance."
Rose, an Australian actress and model, catapulted to fame with the release of the short film Break Free, which depicts the struggles of being gender-fluid and gender-nonconforming. In addition to Orange Is the New Black, she is also set to appear in the upcoming films Resident Evil: The Final Chapter and John Wick: Chapter Two.