After Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Baltimore Ravens to make it to the Super Bowl, Taylor Swift gave him a short kiss and a big hug. Then the two locked lips in a smooch that was seen all over football.
After sealing the deal with a kiss, Swift may be on her way to Las Vegas to support her boyfriend as he and the Chiefs try to win back-to-back titles. Are you “Ready For It”?
Swift is probably the biggest star in the world, and her relationship with Kelce was one of the most talked-about stories this NFL season. She was in the middle of the Chiefs’ 17-10 win in the AFC title game and their celebration afterward.
As coach Andy Reid stood on stage to take the Lamar Hunt Trophy for the fourth time in five years, he looked into the crowd and pointed at Swift. Swift turned around.
After the game, she and Kelce walked around the field together, long after most of his friends had gone to the locker room. Swift took a step back so that Kelce and his brother Jason could talk for a moment.
Jason Kelce, an All-Pro centre for the Philadelphia Eagles who lost the Super Bowl to the Kansas City Chiefs last year and a Super Bowl winner himself, gave Travis a hug and told him to do it again. Jason stole the show last week in Buffalo by enjoying the Chiefs’ win without a shirt on in the cold. Travis asked Jason if he was going to wear a shirt this time.
Travis Kelce never got to talk to the reporters after the game. It was clear that Swift was more important to him.
Young receiver Rashee Rice said, “You can tell he loves this game.” “To be honest, I could tell he loved this win more than any other this season.”
Swift could be at Allegiant Stadium on Feb. 11 when the Chiefs play the 49ers in the Super Bowl, but her “Eras Tour” plan keeps her from being there. She has shows in Tokyo on Friday, February 9 and Saturday, February 10, but she could still make it to the game because of the time change.
For Swift fans in Kansas City who want to travel, American Airlines added a flight from Kansas City to Las Vegas on Feb. 10, the day before the Super Bowl, at 12:30 p.m. local time. The flight is called 1989, which is the year Swift was born and one of her records. Flight 87, which is Kelce’s shirt number, leaves Las Vegas for Kansas City at 12:20 a.m. local time on Feb. 12 after the game.
During the AFC title game, Swift was shown early on and a lot. She was seen jumping and cheering from her suite in the corner of the stadium with Kelce’s family and friends, including their famous friends Cara Delevingne and Keleigh Teller. This happened after Kelce caught a 19-yard touchdown pass from Patrick Mahomes in the middle of the first quarter.
They had a lot of fun because Kelce ended the game with 11 catches for 116 yards, breaking Jerry Rice’s record for most receptions in playoff play.
In an ad for the upcoming Grammy Awards, CBS cut to Swift. They showed her again after Kelce made a big catch in the second quarter.
Kelce is a tight end who has been named to four All-Pro teams and won two Super Bowls with the Chiefs. He has caught three touchdowns all season long. He scored two last week in Kansas City’s win at Buffalo in the divisional round. Swift was there.
Swift has been going to Kelce’s games regularly for a few months now. Her devoted “Swifties” fans have caused the league to get even more attention, as they helped break ratings records during the regular season and playoffs.