Taylor Swift watched the Kansas City Chiefs defeat the Chicago Bears on Sunday in Kansas City, Mo. The singer stood in the stands alongside Donna Kelce, the mother of Chiefs player Travis Kelce.
Swift sported the Chiefs’ team colors, wearing a red and white New Era windbreaker over a white Dôen pointelle tank top, black Ksubi shorts and gold jewelry. She also added on a pair of New Balance 550 sneakers, a Louis Vuitton Camera Box handbag and a corduroy cap by Ralph Lauren. Wearing her dark blond tresses straightened with full bangs, Swift completed her look with a bold red lip.
Kelce invited Swift to the game during an appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show” on Thursday. Football fans anticipated Swift’s attendance at the game, holding up signs reading “Is Taylor here?” and “Kelce is Swift to the endzone.”
Kelce, who is a tight end on the Chiefs, has been with the team since 2013. He’s played in two Super Bowls, helping the Chiefs score victories in 2020 and 2023, respectively. During Sunday’s game, he scored a touchdown, contributing to Chief’s 41-10 win.
Swift is taking a brief hiatus from her “Eras Tour,” which kicked off earlier this year in Arizona. After wrapping up a series of dates in the U.S., she’ll resume touring in South America in November, where she’ll perform in Argentina and Brazil.
The “Eras Tour” continues through late 2024. Next year, Swift will head to Asia, Australia and Europe before returning to the U.S. for her record-breaking tour’s final leg.
The “Eras Tour” is expected to gross more than $1 billion before its end, meaning that Swift could surpass records previously set by Elton John, Ed Sheeran and U2. Swift’s recent shows have also broken attendance records at several arenas, including at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.