The Kansas City Chiefs clinched their spot in the Super Bowl, securing a victory against the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship playoff game.
Adding to the celebration, pop sensation Taylor Swift joins Travis Kelce in celebration as Chiefs secure Super Bowl spot, sharing a joyous moment with her boyfriend.
Swift, a regular attendee at Chiefs games to support Kelce, watched the game from a suite at M&T Bank Stadium alongside friends Keleigh Teller and model Cara Delevingne.
On the very same weekend as the Super Bowl, Swift will be performing in Japan as part of her upcoming worldwide tour. The "Bejeweled" singer will be performing in Tokyo on Saturday, February 10th at 6 p.m. (local time) as part of The Eras Tour.
The singer's appearance marked the 12th Chiefs game she has attended since her first appearance at Arrowhead Stadium in September.
Following the victory, Swift was seen on the field, embracing and kissing Kelce. The heartwarming moment was captured and shared on social media, drawing parallels to a similar scene from the TV series "One Tree Hill."
The joyous embrace and kiss that Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift shared after the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship game served as inspiration for a One Tree Hill memory.
Fans on social media were quick to draw connections between Swift and Kelce's celebratory embrace and a reminiscent scene from "One Tree Hill," where characters Peyton Sawyer and Lucas Scott celebrated a basketball championship.
Actress Hilary Burton, who portrayed Peyton Sawyer, acknowledged the comparison, reposting an X post with the caption, "Yes, yes, yes."
As the Chiefs gear up for the Super Bowl in Las Vegas on February 11, speculation arises about whether Swift will be by Kelce's side at the grand event.
The singer is scheduled to kick off her international "Eras Tour" with performances in Tokyo on February 7, concluding on February 10.
The twelve-hour flight from Tokyo to Las Vegas and the seventeen-hour difference in local time add to the three-hour length of Swift's performances.
Swift's busy schedule prompts questions about her potential attendance at the Super Bowl. With her Tokyo performance ending at 10 p.m. local time, the singer, known for her private travel arrangements, could feasibly make it to Las Vegas in 11 to 12 hours.
She would fly into Sin City that very Saturday night, in advance of the Super Bowl, which would kick off the following day at 3:30 p.m. PT, due to the time difference between Tokyo and Las Vegas.
While Swift has not publicly confirmed her attendance at the Super Bowl, fans remain excited about the prospect of seeing the global icon cheering on Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs on the NFL's biggest stage.