SUPER BOWL LVIII
Taylor Swift hits the shots and sings along to own song in Las Vegas nightclub to celebrate Chiefs’ Super Bowl win
Swift was a high-profile attendee as Travis Kelce’s Chiefs defeated the 49ers to win Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium.
Taylor Swift has already had a busy February, and it’s about to get busier. After starting the month by picking up two Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, she jetted out to Tokyo for the resumption of her Eras Tour. Four nights in Japan were followed by a round-the-world dash to watch boyfriend Travis Kelce win Super Bowl LVIII with the Kansas City Chiefs, and before too much longer, she’ll be heading back across the globe to continue her sold-out world tour. But she, along with rapper Ice Spice, has still found time to let her hair down in Las Vegas.
Pop superstar steals the show at Super Bowl LVIII
For football fans, Patrick Mahomes was the star of the show at Allegiant Stadium as he was named Super Bowl MVP for the third time in his career, which started only seven years ago. For others, Swift was the main attraction as she scrambled to get to Nevada to support Kelce, who won his third NFL championship game.
The cameras inside the stadium followed her every move, from her arrival with friends Blake Lively and Ice Spice, to her downing what was left of her beer on the giant screen, to her celebrations on the field with Kelce after the Chiefs’ overtime victory had been confirmed.
Swift, Ice Spice and Kelce among Chiefs revellers in Vegas
And, as you might expect, the festivities continued long into the night, with Swift and Ice Spice going big on social media - again - after being spotted crowding round a tray of shots in a Las Vegas nightclub at the Chiefs’ after party late on Sunday. Another clip shows her singing along to a remix on her own song, “You Belong With Me,” and pointing to someone not in shot, who we can only assume is Kelce, who appears in another video belting it out from the DJ’s booth.
A well-deserved night out for the pair after their recent exertions, with another set to follow when the Chiefs have their victory parade in Kansas City on Wednesday. After that, it will be back to business when the Eras Tour resumes Down Under at the end of the week, with Kelce in a supporting role this time.