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Taylor Swift attends Kansas City Chiefs, Baltimore Ravens AFC championship game

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Pop sensation Taylor Swift graced Baltimore’s M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday, demonstrating her support for boyfriend Travis Kelce as the Kansas City Chiefs faced off against the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC championship game.

The songstress, accompanied by Brittany Mahomes, wife of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, celebrated alongside Kelce on the field following the Chiefs’ triumphant 17-10 victory. Among the jubilant crowd were Ed, Donna, and Jason Kelce.

The Chiefs’ victory secures their spot in the upcoming Super Bowl, prompting a spirited declaration from Travis Kelce, who exclaimed, “Believe it baby, we’re going to Las Vegas, Nevada.” Swift’s presence has become a familiar sight at Chiefs’ games, including last week’s showdown against the Buffalo Bills, where Kelce’s stellar performance contributed to a 27-24 victory.

Kelce continued his scoring streak in the AFC championship game, marking the Chiefs’ first touchdown against the Ravens. While it remains uncertain if Swift will attend the Super Bowl on Feb. 11, her tight schedule, including concerts in Tokyo from Feb. 7 to Feb. 10, may influence her decision.

Addressing Swift’s attendance, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott extended a warm welcome via social media, stating, “Charm City believes in supportive partners, so @taylorswift13 is more than welcome to roll into town to support hers.” Fans at Chiefs’ games have frequently acknowledged Swift’s connection to Kelce, with one displaying a sign reading, “Taylor, I’m enchanted to meet you.”

Swift, romantically linked to Travis Kelce for several months, expressed her newfound appreciation for football in a recent Time Person of the Year interview, stating, “Football is awesome, it turns out. I’ve been missing out my whole life.” Notably, other celebrities, including Cara Delevingne, Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, and Hugh Jackman, friends of Swift, have also attended Chiefs’ games this season.

The Chiefs-Ravens clash, commencing at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT), aired on CBS and streamed on Paramount+. As the Chiefs advance to the Super Bowl, Swift’s potential attendance remains uncertain, given her international concert commitments and a busy schedule. The NFC Championship game between the Detroit Lions and the San Francisco 49ers is scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 28, 2024, at 6:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. PT) on Fox.

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