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She’s “Out of the Woods” now.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard has credited Taylor Swift’s music with helping her overcome her 7-year-long stint behind bars inside a Missouri prison.

The 32-year-old was released on parole Thursday after she was sentenced to 10 years in jail when she pleaded guilty to her role in the 2015 stabbing death of her mother, Clauddine “Dee Dee” Blanchard.

Blanchard admitted to orchestrating her mother’s murder to escape years of abuse.

Now that she’s free, Blanchard hopes to cement her status as a true “Swiftie” by meeting her idol, and told TMZ that the “Cruel Summer” hitmaker’s music was what got her by.

Blanchard said she spent years listening to Swift’s discography after becoming a fan in her teen years.

She claims that the money her dad sent to her in prison was solely spent on buying each of Swift’s 10 albums.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard has credited Taylor Swift’s music with helping her overcome her stint behind bars inside a Missouri prison.

It comes as Blanchard revealed that she’s concocted a plan to finally meet Swift at Sunday’s Kansas City Chiefs game when they take on the Cincinnati Bengals.

Blanchard and her husband, Ryan Scott Anderson, have snapped up tickets to the match-up where she hopes to meet “kick-ass chick” Swift when she attends to support her beau, Travis Kelce.

If the Dec. 31 plan does not work out, Blanchard also plans to be present for the New Orleans leg of Swift’s Eras Tour next fall.

The 32-year-old was pictured for the first time after she was released on parole Thursday. Daniel William McKnight for NY Post

As a child, Blanchard was forced by her mother to pretend she was suffering from various medical complications.

Dee Dee Blanchard had Munchhausen by proxy syndrome, a psychological disorder in which parents seek sympathy and attention through the exaggerated or made-up illness of their children, according to Gypsy’s defense attorney.

Gypsy Blanchard — despite being perfectly healthy — was confined by her mother to a wheelchair and forced to use a feeding tube.

Blanchard hopes to meet Swift at Sunday’s Kansas City Chiefs game when they take on the Cincinnati Bengals. Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

Dee Dee Blanchard presented her daughter to the world as terminally ill and having the mental capacity of a 7-year-old.

The truth only came out after Blanchard’s then-boyfriend, Nicholas Godejohn, stabbed Dee Dee to death in their Missouri home in June 2015.

The then-couple went on the run but were tracked down and arrested.

Blanchard pleaded guilty to her role in the 2015 stabbing death of her mother, Clauddine “Dee Dee” Blanchard.

Godejohn told police he killed Dee Dee at Gypsy’s request and with a knife provided by her.

He was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison plus 25 years.

Gypsy pleaded guilty in 2016 to second-degree murder and was sentenced to 10 years.

Gypsy’s account of her life, titled “Released: Conversations on the Eve of Freedom,” is set for publication next month.

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