Taylor Swift lands in Baltimore for Travis Kelce’s HUGE Chiefs game vs Ravens – with a place in the Super Bowl on the line at M&T Bank Stadium
Taylor Swift has touched down ahead of boyfriend Travis Kelce’s make or break AFC Championship game in Baltimore Sunday.
Landing to a grey rainy day in Maryland and shielded by a thicket of umbrellas Swift, 34, arrived shortly after 1pm, stepping off her private jet and into one of a cavalcade of waiting SUVs there to ferry her to M&T Bank Stadium where she will watch the Kansas City Chiefs face off against the host city’s Ravens.
Only thirty minutes earlier, confident and with his trademark swagger Kelce flashed the peace-sign at cheering fans as he and his fellow Kansas City Chiefs loaded into coaches to head from their hotel to M&T Bank stadium early afternoon.
The Chiefs shared a video of their star man arriving at the stadium by quoting a Taylor lyric from her hit ‘Ready For It’, captioning the clip: ‘Knew he was a Killa first time that I saw him’ – Kelce’s nickname, and Instagram handle, is ‘KillaTrav’.
Kelce, 34, followed quarterback Patrick Mahomes, 28, who was sharply dressed in a maroon suit, complete with black tie, a smart pocket square and velvet slipper style shoes despite the damp Maryland drizzle.
Chiefs fans crowded to see their heroes and holler support for what they hope will be the game that sees them secure their ticket to Las Vegas later in the month.
Taylor, meanwhile, is set to cheer Travis on with his older brother Jason also expected to be in the stands. Their mom, Donna, was also pictured at the stadium.
Jason had a wild evening last Sunday, cheering Travis on from the same suite as the singer. When Travis scored the first of his two touchdowns on the night, a shirtless Jason jumped out the suite into the 20 degree weather and necked a beer in front of the stunned Bills fans.
There will no doubt be wild celebrations into the night if the Chiefs upset the odds on Sunday and make the Super Bowl.
But it will pose Taylor with a little bit of a travel problem if the Chiefs win.
She will have to race back from Tokyo, Japan that week – where she kicks off her Eras Tour in 2024.
Her final show there is on Saturday, February 10 but the time difference works in her favor if she makes the mad dash back to the west coast for the biggest night in the sporting calendar.