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Taylor Swift cheers on the Chiefs, Travis Kelce at AFC Championship game

Taylor Swift cheers on the Chiefs, Travis Kelce at AFC Championship game

Taylor Swift wears short skirts … and she’s on the bleachers (or a suite at M&T Bank Stadium).

Miss Americana was in Baltimore on Sunday to cheer on her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, a tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs, who won the AFC championship game against the Ravens.

After the win, CBS showed Swift celebrating on the field alongside the team by planting a big kiss on Kelce and embracing him for multiple long hugs.

Taylor Swift kisses Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce after their win against the Baltimore Ravens on Jan. 28.Julio Cortez / AP

Swift rolled up to the stadium Sunday alongside bestie Brittany Mahomes wearing a red sweater, a black skirt and tights underneath a long black coat.

She was back in a suite, sitting with Cara Delevingne and Keleigh Teller.

Kelce scored the first touchdown of the game, and the camera feed promptly flashed to Swift as she appeared to shout “Travis! Oh, my God!” while celebrating his tricky end zone catch alongside the others in the suite.

Travis Kelce catches a pass against the Baltimore Ravens during the first quarter of the AFC championship game Sunday.Patrick Smith / Getty Images

And when running back Isiah Pacheco scored the next six for the Chiefs, Swift was seen holding up 10 fingers — his jersey number.

Swift wasn’t spotted alongside Jason Kelce and Kylie Kelce, but Kylie Kelce confirmed last week on ABC’s “Good Morning America” that they’d be at Sunday’s game.

Last week, the couple met their brother’s superstar girlfriend in a suite at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, New York.

Jason Kelce notably took his shirt off following a Kelce touchdown against the Buffalo Bills last weekend.

Sunday might have been Swift’s last opportunity to see Kelce play this season. She is set to resume her “Eras Tour” in Japan on Feb. 7 and will perform at the Tokyo Dome on Feb. 10 — the day before the Super Bowl.

However, some have speculated that that gives her plenty of time to hop on her plane and make it to Las Vegas in time for kickoff, considering Tokyo is 17 hours ahead, buying her almost an entire extra day.

Rebecca Cohen

Rebecca Cohen is a breaking news reporter for NBC News.

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