Taylor Swift was ready for it.
The pop megastar, 34, celebrated the Chiefs’ first touchdown of Super Bowl 2024, with Kansas City getting its first lead of the night in the third quarter, 13-10.
Swift, who arrived in Nevada on Sunday after a lengthy journey from Tokyo, Japan, the day before, where she performed four shows as part of her Eras Tour, was seen cheering in a suite with Kelce’s family, along with pals Blake Lively and Ice Spice.
Quarterback Patrick Mahomes connected with wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling to put the Chiefs up by three.
The Chiefs are looking to repeat as Super Bowl champions after taking down the Eagles, 38-35, last February.
Super Bowl 2024 marks Swift’s 13th game of the season.
She last supported Kelce in Baltimore on Jan. 28 when the Chiefs defeated the Ravens in the AFC Championship game.
Swift, who watched the Chiefs’ 17-10 win from a suite in M&T Bank Stadium, kissed Kelce on the field after the game and celebrated with his family.
“We had the whole family down on the field We had me, mom, dad, and Taylor. Everybody was down there,” Travis’ older brother, Eagles center Jason Kelce, recalled on a recent installment of their “New Heights” podcast.
Kelce, who scored three touchdowns across the Chiefs’ divisional and championship-round wins, later added, “The only people that mattered are family, friends, and people that came on the f–king flight with us, dude. That’s all I give a s–t about.”
Kelce said on “The Pat McAfee Show” in late January how much he appreciates having Swift at his games.
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“I love it when Taylor comes and supports me…It’s been nothing but just a wonderful year, man,” Kelce said.
Swift and Kelce have been linked since the summer.