Taylor and Travis kiss as Chiefs win spot at Super Bowl – AFTER she told cameras to ‘go away’ in the game!


ROMANCE – Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs have made it to the Super Bowl – meaning Taylor Swift faces a mad dash from Tokyo to Las Vegas to watch her boyfriend battle for football’s ultimate prize on February 11.

America’s most famous couple hugged and kissed on the field at the M&T Bank Stadium in the aftermath of a magnificent victory for the Chiefs over Baltimore Ravens – who were strong favorites to win the game before it began.

Kelce found his girlfriend as he waited for the AFC Championship trophy presentation in emotional scenes and Swift looked almost tearful as the couple had a moment to celebrate together with the eyes of the world on them.

And when Kelce duly got on stage and took the mic, he was euphoric – channeling the Beastie Boys by shouting: ‘You’ve got to fight for your right to party!’. 

What Next?

Swift now turns her attention to four nights of her blockbuster Eras Tour in Japan’s capital from February 7-10 before now having to race back to the Allegiant Stadium on the west coast for the biggest night in America’s sporting calendar. But she is expected to make the journey and be there for Kelce.

‘Go Away Please’

She and Travis took center stage for the post-game celebrations but during the showdown itself, the singer appeared frustrated at appearing on the CBS coverage around the midway stage. She could be seen clearly saying ‘go away, please’ with the camera lingering on her in a VIP suite while advertising next weekend’s Grammy‘s.

She’s going to have to accept it on February 11, though, given she will travel thousands of miles to make the game. 

The 17-hour time difference works in her favor on her return to the US from Japan and it will be the 13th Chiefs game this season that Swift will have cheered the team on for – her lucky number. 

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But with luck on their side or not, judging by Sunday’s showing Kelce and his Chiefs are going to take some stopping after a frankly sensational 17-10 win in Baltimore – the team that most people felt were nailed on to win the Super Bowl altogether, let alone the game today. 

Kelce is Making Records

Kelce scored a touchdown in the first quarter and went on to pass Jerry Rice’s NFL postseason record of 151 receptions in another magnificent, career-defining display.

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