Taylor Swift sealed Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs’ huge win on Sunday with a kiss.
Kelce, 34, scored a touchdown to help see off the Baltimore Ravens and send the Chiefs to their second consecutive Super Bowl.
The couple, flanked by Kelce’s mum and dad, then shared a tender moment and kissed.
After the couple embraced, the Chiefs’ tight end got on stage and shouted the lyrics to the Beastie Boys’ iconic song: “You’ve got to fight for your right to party!”
Swift’s romance with Kelce has became one of the prominent stories of this NFL season.
She has been a regular at Kelce’s games for several months, bringing the league even more attention from her fan base of “Swifties” who have helped break ratings records during the regular season and playoffs.
The Grammy-winning popstar was joined by celebrity pals Cara Delevingne and Keleigh Teller in the VIP suite at the stadium – with Kelce’s brother Jason and his parents Donna and Ed.
She could be seen cheering and jumping up and down with Kelce’s family and friends.
Kelce, alongside quarterback Patrick Mahomes, helped the Chiefs win the AFC Championship game against the Ravens 17-7 and take home the Lamar Hunt Trophy.
Before accepting the trophy for the fourth time in five years, coach Andy Reid, standing on stage, found Swift in the crowd and pointed at her. Swift pointed back.
She and Kelce walked around the field together after the game, long after many of his teammates had gone to the locker room.
Kelce asked where his brother Jason was, and Swift stepped away for them to have a moment.
The Kansas team will now go on to face the San Francisco 49ers on 11 February in the Super Bowl.
The Chiefs beat the same team to win the Vince Lombardi Trophy in 2020, and also won the Super Bowl last year against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Swift will be jetting off to Japan as her record-breaking Eras Tour continues, spending four nights in Tokyo from the 7 to the 10 February – the night before the Super Bowl.
It is not known whether she will fly back to the US for the game.
Written by: Newsroom