Taylor Swift touched down in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon, according to multiple reports, one day before boyfriend Travis Kelce and the Chiefs face off against the 49ers in Super Bowl 2024.
The pop megastar, 34, was seen exiting her private jet at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) following a lengthy trip from Japan, where she performed four shows at the Tokyo Dome as part of her blockbuster Eras Tour.
It is unknown if Swift will fly to Las Vegas tonight or stay at her Beverly Hills home and take the hour flight to Sin City tomorrow before the big game.
Either way, Swift now has plenty of time to recharge before a 6:30 p.m. Eastern kickoff on Sunday at Allegiant Stadium.
Kelce will be picking up the pricey tab for a suite at the stadium for the game so he and Swift’s families can watch together.
It’s been an exciting week for the “Cruel Summer” singer, who made Grammys history on Sunday in Los Angeles after becoming the first artist to win Album of the Year four times.
She picked up the prestigious prize for her 2022 album “Midnights,” in addition to the award for Best Pop Vocal Album, bringing her total Grammy wins to 14.
Swift also rocked the internet after announcing her 11th studio album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” will be released on April 19.
Days later, Swift hit the stage in Tokyo for the first Eras Tour shows of the year.
She last performed in South America in November, when Kelce, 34, traveled to Argentina to support Swift during the Chiefs’ bye week.
Swift has attended all of Kansas City’s postseason games this year, including the AFC Championship game in Baltimore on Jan. 28, when she and Kelce sealed the Chiefs’ 17-10 victory over the Ravens with a kiss.
Kelce also told Swift, “I love you,” as they celebrated on the field at M&T Bank Stadium.
Sunday’s Super Bowl marks Kelce’s fourth appearance in five seasons.
He won his first Super Bowl with the Chiefs in February 2020, when Kansas City took down San Francisco, 31-20. He defeated older brother Jason Kelce and the Eagles last year, 38-35.
The Chiefs lost to the Tom Brady-led Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV in February 2021.
Kelce, a nine-time Pro Bowler, has had a dominant postseason, scoring three touchdowns across the divisional and championship rounds of the playoffs and breaking records along the way.
Kelce and quarterback Patrick Mahomes passed Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski’s record for most playoff scores by a quarterback-pass catcher duo (16) in Kansas City’s 27-24 win over Buffalo on Jan. 21.
A week later, Kelce eclipsed Jerry Rice’s playoff reception record with his 152nd catch.
Kelce has been dating Swift since the summer.