Taylor Swift is in town and ready for Super Bowl LVIII as she has officially arrived at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. In case you missed it, the superstar singer is dating Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, who is having a pretty big day today.
Swift arrived at the stadium to watch Kelce and the Chiefs take on the San Francisco 49ers about two hours before kickoff. She was wearing a black tank top, black jeans with jewelry and was holding what looked like a Chiefs jacket. As someone who always pays attention to small details, her accessories today are no exception. She wore a No. 87 necklace and a No. 87 football purse, in honor of Kelce’s jersey number.
Here’s a look at Swift’s arrival for the 58th Super Bowl:
Here’s another angle of Swift’s arrival:
His outfit is similar to Kelce’s pre-match cut, which was also all black with a bit of sparkle. It looked like the number 60 was sewn into the fabric on the back of Swift’s jacket.
The two were decked out in jewelry as they entered the room and made Allegiant Stadium sparkle.
Swift was joined by actress Blake Lively and rapper Ice Spice, among others. The singer was later seen in a suite and was greeted by Kelce’s brother, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce. The two previously watched games together in a suite and kissed when they saw each other.
Swift was also seen speaking with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
Kelce and the Chiefs are in their fourth Super Bowl in five years, with the San Francisco 49ers standing in their way to their third ring since 2020.
Swift is in her football era and attending her 13th football game of the year, which happens to be her lucky number. The 14-time Grammy winner participated in “The Eras Tour” concert in Tokyo, which ended around 4 a.m. Las Vegas time on Saturday, giving her time to travel to Allegiant Stadium in time for the big game.
She landed in Los Angeles around 3 p.m. local time, giving her about a day to get to Las Vegas.
The 32-year-old was on the field celebrating the Chiefs’ AFC Championship win over the Baltimore Ravens, so if Kansas City ends up winning it all, we can probably expect to see her celebrating with the team again.
If you want to catch Swift in a Super Bowl sequel, as well as the game, which begins at 6:30 p.m. ET, you can tune in to CBS, the family show on Nickelodeon or stream the game on Paramount+. .