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Taylor Swift Watches Chiefs Win Super Bowl

Style|Taylor Swift’s Journey to Las Vegas Ends With Super Bowl Win

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The pop singer had to travel across the globe (and through time, in a sense) to make the game. She watched Travis Kelce and Kansas City beat San Francisco in overtime.

Taylor Swift traveled from Tokyo to Los Angeles to Las Vegas to be there in time to see her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, win the Super Bowl on Sunday.Credit…Doug Mills/The New York Times

The Kansas City Chiefs won their third Super Bowl title in the last five seasons by beating the San Francisco 49ers in overtime, 25-22, on Sunday. While some N.F.L. players go their entire career without winning a championship, one of Kansas City’s newcomers came away a winner in their 13th game.

Taylor Swift, who has been dating Travis Kelce, Kansas City’s star tight end, changed the N.F.L. conversation all season, attracting a new audience for the league and inspiring strong emotions (both positive and negative) among fans. And, as expected, she was at the stadium and cheering on Mr. Kelce and the Chiefs in their come-from-behind win.

After the game, Ms. Swift celebrated on the field with Donna Kelce and the rest of Kansas City’s friends and family as Mr. Kelce sang a truly memorable rendition of “Viva Las Vegas.”

She then found Mr. Kelce to celebrate after his speech.

“It was unbelievable,” she said to him in a video shot on the field after the game. “It was one of the craziest things I’ve ever experienced.”

Mr. Kelce was asked after the game if any couple had ever had a better week than Ms. Swift winning two Grammys and Mr. Kelce winning the Super Bowl.

“On top of the world right now, baby,” he said. “It’s a good feeling.”


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