Swift will be attending the biggest event on the US sports calendar on Sunday to cheer on her boyfriend.
Global pop sensation Taylor Swift has returned to the United States from Japan, raising expectations for her long-awaited Superbrow appearance to support her boyfriend Travis Kelce, media outlets reported.
After a sold-out performance in Tokyo, Swift’s plane arrived in Los Angeles on Saturday, and fans are excited to see Swift attend Sunday’s game in Las Vegas, where Kelce plays for the Kansas City Chiefs vs. the San Francisco 49ers. Expectations are high that he will be watching the game.
Gossip site TMZ posted a grainy photo of Swift jumping into a waiting SUV, accompanied by a convoy of cars with tinted windows, before departure at Los Angeles International Airport.
Swift’s exact whereabouts have been the subject of speculation on social media, with internet sleuths regularly posting updates about her flight from Tokyo to Los Angeles.
The Japanese embassy also took into consideration Swift’s trip, posting on social media that if the pop star departs from Tokyo in the evening after her concert, she “should arrive comfortably in Las Vegas before the Super Bowl begins.”
Swift, one of the most successful music artists of all time who has won 14 Grammy Awards and sold hundreds of millions of albums worldwide, attended 12 American football games to watch Kelce play. .
NFL officials credit Swift’s appearances with the sport’s popularity among young women.
Swift’s appearance at Super Bowl 58 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas takes attendance to new heights for the NFL showcase, which regularly draws more than 100 million viewers as the biggest event on the U.S. sports calendar. It may help raise it.
Kelsea joked earlier this week that she felt pressured to win after Swift won Album of the Year for a record fourth time at the Grammys on Sunday for “Midnight.” Ta.
“She’s unbelievable,” Kelce said at a news conference Monday.
“She’s rewriting the history books herself. I told her she had to hold out for the bargain and take home the hardware.”