Taylor Swift at the 2024 Super Bowl?

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Travis Kelce’s Kansas City Chiefs obtained their entry ticket to the prestigious Super Bowl this Sunday. A victory celebrated as it should be with his partner Taylor Swift.

Sport has its reasons that reason sometimes ignores. The Baltimore Ravens, although favorites, lost this Sunday to the Kansas City Chiefs in the conference final. A capital victory which allows Travis Kelce’s team to reach the final of the Super Bowl, the most prestigious match in American football. A triumph that did not escape the new mascot of the Kansas City stadium: Taylor Swift.

The star actually invaded the field only a few minutes after his man’s victory. Adorable videos of the singer in the arms of her victorious lover have made the rounds on social networks. We see them hugging, and nothing seems to be able to remove the smile from the face of the interpreter of “Karma”. Thus, the singer will probably be present on February 11 to attend her companion’s match against the San Francisco 49ers.

A poster that was successful for Kelce’s men since it was against this same team that the Chiefs won the championship in 2019, after the torrid concert by Shakira and Jennifer Lopez. During the upcoming edition, Taylor Swift will take notes from Usher’s performance. The singer will perhaps be the prestigious guest of one of the famous Super Bowl halftime shows one day! Which would galvanize Travis Kelce for sure!


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