Swift and Kelce exited Arrowhead Stadium together, exulting in the Chiefs’ victory in typical Kansas City fashion.
The 33-year-old “Anti-Hero” singer applauded after her 34-year-old boyfriend, an NFL player, scored a touchdown during Sunday’s 31-17 victory against the Los Angeles Chargers. As of right now, the Chiefs have won five consecutive.
Following the game, the pair can be seen leaving Arrowhead on the back of a golf cart in a video from DailyMail.com. The two-time Super Bowl champion waved to supporters outside the Chiefs’ stadium.
Following the game, Kelce stated in a CBS interview that he would celebrate the victory with his loved ones, including Swift.
Additionally, DailyMail.com can reveal that a catered party was held at the tight end’s Kansas City residence as part of the festivities.
The Rolls-Royce of Kelce’s pal was towed into his garage when the couple arrived at his residence. Swift’s squad of bodyguards trailed close behind.
In pictures exclusively accessible to DailyMail.com, Swift was spotted washing the Rolls-Royce on Kelce’s driveway on Saturday as she prepared for the game on Sunday.
Shortly after Swift and Kelce arrived, the red “party bus,” which had earlier in the afternoon on Sunday transported relatives and friends from the house to the game, drove up. Approximately twenty people got off and entered the NFL star’s home.
It seems that, in celebration of the victory, they returned to the tight end’s home to indulge in some renowned Kansas City BBQ.
The family appeared to be enjoying some BBQ from Fiorella’s Jack Stack while toasting to the Chiefs’ victory and Kelce’s all-pro performance.
Soon after the game, DailyMail.com saw that a food truck from the well-known Kansas City restaurant was parked in Kelce’s driveway, waiting for the party to return.
Fiorella’s Jack Stack is a small network of barbecue restaurants that operates across the Kansas City region. Their meats smoked with 11 hickory are their specialty.
Just hours before the game, Swift ate lunch at Kelce’s house earlier in the day and posed for a photo with NFL icon Bernie Kosar.
Kosar was a member of the Cleveland Browns for eight years. “Watching the Browns game with @taylorswift13 before the KC game,” he commented on X beside the photo. Seeing Deshaun Hurt hurts!
Approximately twenty individuals were observed exiting the bus and entering the NFL player’s residence.
Swift was spotted adoringly staring at Kelce as he dashed onto the Arrowhead field after entering the venue. Kelce, who plays for the Chiefs, had a friendship bracelet with his jersey number, “87,” on it.
Later, Swift was spotted with Brittany Mahomes, the wife of Chiefs quarterback and Travis’s close buddy Patrick Mahomes, at Arrowhead Stadium supporting her NFL players husbands.
And what a spectacle Kelce and Mahomes put on. The tight end had the greatest first-half reception total of his career—143 passes—and scored a touchdown just before intermission. Swift was thrilled about this, as was her new buddy Brittany.
It is evident that throughout their time in the bleachers, the two “WAGs” grew close. They have become so close that they have even invented a handshake that they utilized following the Chiefs’ opening touchdown by Marquez Valdes-Scantling.
Together, the two new friends enjoyed watching the game, and in the first half, they even danced. Swift was carrying a drink, while Brittany was holding her 11-month-old son Bronze. They bopped their heads in sync with each other and swayed from side to side.
Swift flew in from California on a private plane earlier that day and landed in Kansas City. She had come to Arrowhead to see Kelce play for the Chiefs.
The pop star’s jet took out early on Sunday morning from Burbank, California, and went directly into the Midwest, according to DailyMail.com. About four hours before kickoff, at precisely 12:30 p.m. EST, it reached Kansas City.
She then went across town with her company to Kelce’s residence, where she was welcomed and given a tour.
About thirty minutes later, Kelce’s residence received a lunch delivery order from the “First Watch” restaurant, which is close. Before heading to Arrowhead for the game, he had lunch there with his family and friends.
According to DailyMail.com, the $42 order came with two kale tonic cocktails, breakfast tacos, and a turkey omelet.