Super Bowl LVIII sees the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers go head-to-head at Nevada’s Allegiant Stadium. However, as the major event approaches on Sunday (February 11), most of the emphasis has shifted to Swift, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce’s partner.
With her current Eras Tour in full force, many questioned if the ‘Blank Space’ singer would find time in her tight schedule to watch her lover play. Of course, she was going to make it!
Swift came to the Super Bowl with Ice Spice and Blake Lively, which fans describe as ‘iconic’.
Swift donned black trousers, a black bustier top, her distinctive red lipstick, and a red blazer over her shoulder for the big game, all of which were a clear tribute to Kelce’s Chiefs jerseys. While this is a charming touch, many Swift followers have noted that her accessories have a deeper meaning.
Swift donned a necklace with the number ’87’, which is Kelce’s squad number.
According to PageSix, the handcrafted Stephanie Gottlieb necklace costs $4,250.
While Swift and Travis Kelce’s affair has been in the spotlight for some time, there are still some mysteries about how their relationship began.
Thankfully, the NFL star provided some answers last year. Kelce’s admission into Swift’s inner circle occurred when she performed at Kelce’s home stadium, Arrowhead in Kansas City. “She’ll probably hate me for saying this, but… when she came to Arrowhead, they gave her the big locker room as a dressing room, and her little cousins were taking pictures… in front of my locker,” Kelce said.
However, Kelce’s mood improved when she received a text from Swift herself. The two eventually met up, including one trip to New York. He went on to say: “When I met her in New York we had already kind of been talking, so I knew we could have a nice dinner and, like, a conversation, and what goes from there will go from there.”
Needless to say, when the couple began dating, folks kept reminding Kelce of his fortunate fortune. Kelce continued, “Everyone around me is telling me, don’t f**k this up! And I’m sitting here, saying, “Yeah, got it.”