Taylor Swift captivates fans as she attends Travis Kelce’s Chief’s Game in a Shocking style

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift


Taylor Swift fans know that New Year’s Day holds special meaning for the singer, but New Year’s Eve was just as significant this year as she supported Travis Kelce at his Kansas City Chiefs game.


Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce Smiling

Swift, 34, arrived at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri, as his team faced the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, December 31. Swift traded in her usual miniskirt for black straight-leg jeans with a matching top and boots. She showed her team spirit with a Kansas City Chiefs letterman-inspired jacket — which seems to be from Kelce’s closet.

Kelce, 34, was spotted wearing an almost identical Chiefs coat with a white torso, black leather sleeves and various team patches when he arrived at the Christmas Day game. Swift’s has a striped hem and cuffs while Kelce’s coat is outlined with plain black.

The game took place less than a week after the Las Vegas Raiders defeated the Chiefs on Christmas Day. Swift and her family — dad Scott Swift, mom Andrea Swift and brother Austin Swift — as well as Travis’ father, Ed Kelce, were in attendance for the Monday, December 25, loss. Commentator Tony Romo made headlines during the game when he mistakenly referred to Taylor as Travis’ “wife” for the second time this season.

Taylor was spotted at her first Chiefs game in September, though she later clarified that her romance with Travis actually began shortly after he gave her a shout-out on his “New Heights” podcast in July. Earlier this month, she addressed backlash to the media attention surrounding her presence in the stands.

“I don’t know how they know what suite I’m in. … I’m just there to support Travis,” she told Time. “I have no awareness of if I’m being shown too much and pissing off a few dads, Brads and Chads.”

After Taylor received cheers from New England Patriots fans during their game against the Chiefs at Gillette Stadium on December 17, Travis gushed over the NFL community’s acceptance of Taylor.

“I’ll say this, they showed Taylor at the game and you don’t see an entire home team fanbase go insane for somebody wearing the opposite team’s colors,” he noted during the December 20 episode of his podcast with brother Jason Kelce. “Just shows you how amazing that girl is.”

Travis then downplayed the few negative reactions to Taylor’s attendance. “They went absolutely insane when they showed Taylor on the screen. … Might have been a few Brads and Chads that were booing, but for the most part, everybody was f—king screaming at Taylor,” he said. “I was trying to keep it cool, I was like, ‘Don’t show your cards.’”