Travis Kelce is officially a Super Bowl champion two years in a row. And after a tense game complete with many long minutes of overtime, Taylor Swift was on hand at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas to help the tight end celebrate the Kansas City Chiefs’ 25-22 victory over the San Francisco 49ers.
Shortly after the Chiefs proved victorious, Kelce gave a passionate post-game speech where he yelled, “Viva Las Vegas” and his borrowed catchphrase, “You gotta fight for your right to party” as Swift, seemingly fighting back happy tears, looked on. She then found the athlete in the crowd and kissed him several times, hugging him close and telling him he’s “unbelievable.”
Moments before, cameras had caught the “Karma” musician jumping up and down as her friends collapsed on her in a group hug after quarterback Patrick Mahomes threw the game-winning touchdown.
Wearing a red Chiefs bomber jacket, bejeweled black pants and a gold “87” necklace, Swift attended the game with Blake Lively, Ice Spice, Lana Del Rey, Miles Teller and Keleigh Sperry. The “Anti-Hero” singer’s parents, Scott and Andrea Swift, were also in the building, as were Kelce’s parents and brother Jason Kelce.
The 14-time Grammy winner has been supporting the Chiefs through much of this season, attending her first game at Arrowhead Stadium in September. She and her friends have become mainstays at Kelce’s matches ever since, and she also joined the Ohio native on the field after the AFC Championship to plant a celebratory smooch on him after Kansas City’s triumph over the Baltimore Ravens.
Watch Taylor Swift celebrate the victory with her friends, and kiss two-times-in-a-row Super Bowl champion Travis Kelce below.