Ending weeks of speculation, Taylor Swift has managed toto watch over her boyfriend, tight end Travis Kelce, faces the San Francisco 49ers and celebrates his second straight Super Bowl victory.
Fast entered Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday afternoon, accompanied by her mother, good friend Blake Lively and rapper Ice Spice, with whom Swift shared a This year. The singer wore an all-black ensemble with silver highlights – and a red and white jacket was worn over her shoulder.
Video also showed Swift in a suite before the match, hugging Jason Kelce and introducing him to Ice Spice. The aftermath of this year’s game doesn’t come cheap — reports CBSSports.com.
Another video showed her chat with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
Saturday afternoon, following his four Eras Tour concerts in Toyko, Japan, CBS Los Angeles reported.
With the 17-hour time difference between the Japanese capital and Vegas, it was 1 a.m. Vegas time when she took the stage in Tokyo. After her last song, Swift rushed to a private jet at Haneda Airport and she was able to land in the United States with hours before Sunday’s kickoff.
The Chiefs trailed the 49ers throughout the first half, but then rallied to tie the game at 19-19, sending the game into overtime. The 49ers scored a field goal, taking the lead, before a Kansas City touchdown made it 25-22 – their third Super Bowl championship in five years.
Shortly after the win, Swift was on the court celebrating with Kelce.
The pop star’s constant presence at Kelce’s games over the past few months has become something of a cultural phenomenon, addingto NFL viewership and increasing sales of game tickets, jerseys, memorabilia and streaming subscriptions, as well as hosting viewing parties, according to LendingTree.
“There are an awful lot of people who are more likely to watch the Super Bowl now because the Chiefs are in it and Taylor Swift might be in it,” LendingTree analyst Matt Schulz told CBS MoneyWatch last week.
Luckily for those fans, cutaway shots of Swift hugging Lively, covering her mouth during suspenseful moments, and cheering Kelce on are already part of this Super Bowl.
—Megan Cerullo contributed reporting.