Taylor Swift has been mum about her suspected relationship with NFL star Travis Kelce, but the pop diva was present once more on Sunday at MetLife Stadium outside of New York City when Kelce’s Kansas City Chiefs played the New York Jets.
The “Lavender Haze” singer, 33, was seen entering the structure with actresses Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds, and Hugh Jackman while wearing crystal-studded denim shorts and a long-sleeved black shirt.
She was quickly settled in an opulent apartment, and one social media user captured on camera her mischievous tongue jutting out while she was being videotaped.
The night before the game, according to InStyle, Swift was spotted dining in New York with Patrick Mahomes’ wife Brittany.
Swift sparked a fan frenzy — among NFL watchers and her own legion of “Swifties” — when she attended the Chiefs’ home game against the Chicago Bears last weekend, sitting in a luxury box alongside Kelce’s mother, Donna.
The 12-time Grammy winner cheered passionately when tight end Travis Kelce, a two-time Super Bowl champion and one of the best in the league, grabbed a three-yard touchdown ball from quarterback Patrick Mahomes during the Chiefs’ 41-10 rout.
In his Wednesday New Heights podcast, Kelce acknowledged that he had “sure as hell enjoyed” the weekend.
“Shout out to Taylor for pulling up. That was pretty ballsy,” said Kelce, who was cagey about the exact nature of their relationship.
“I know I brought all this attention to me,” the podcast regular said. “I want to respect both of our lives.”
But now that Swift is interested, Kelce has a whole new group of admirers.
After learning on Tuesday that his jersey sales had increased by more than 400%, according to the goods company Fanatics, Kelce said: “Sounds like the Swifties are also part of Chiefs Kingdom.”
Swift generated a lot of publicity for the NFL, which is no stranger to celebrity extravaganza. Swift and friends were featured prominently in numerous photos from the Chiefs-Jets Game, which took up the coveted “Sunday Night Football” time slot.
The television network NBC joined the bandwagon as well, presenting a Swift-themed advertisement for the game that featured her smash single “Welcome to New York.”
Early in the game, NBC was made fun of by users of social networking site X for the multiple images of Swift and her companions watching the game.