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Taylor Swift in Attendance at Chiefs vs. Packers Game to Watch Travis Kelce
Swift's international tour is on hiatus until early February, so she made the trek to Green Bay.
For the last two months, the once-separate spheres of influence enjoyed by Swifties and football fans have collided over the bombshell news of international, Grammy-winning super-star Taylor Swift entering into a relationship with a Super Bowl champion: Travis Kelce, of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Despite the fact that she's in the middle of a worldwide tour netting millions of fans (and dollars), Swift has taken time out of her busy schedule to cheer on her quarterback boyfriend at several games this season. The tradition continued this weekend as the Chiefs faced off with the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.
Did Taylor Swift come to week's Chiefs vs. Packers game to watch Travis Kelce?
Yes! Taylor Swift did show up on Sunday Night Football to watch Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs play Green Bay.
With the international leg of Swift's Eras Tour on hiatus until early February (when she'll play a total of four nights in Tokyo), odds of the pop star cheering on Kelce in the stands this weekend were looking good. A report has also come out that Swift will be spending the next few weeks with Kelce at his Kansas City estate, so it definitely made sense to see her make the trek to Green Bay for the primetime NFL match-up.
And given the fact that her thirty-fourth birthday is just two weeks away, something tells us she'll want to be close to her new beau to ring in another revolution around the sun. Swift's got plenty to celebrate this year — from the release of two "Taylor's Version" albums (Speak Now and 1989) to a wildly successful concert tour and film.
Which Chiefs games has Taylor Swift gone to so far this year?
According to Today, Taylor Swift has been spotted at three Chiefs games this season: a match-up against the Chicago Bears on September 24; an October 1 game against the New York Jets; and an October 12 tilt against the Denver Broncos. Moreover, each attendance was marked by a victory for Kansas City and Kelce.
Swift cheekily referenced her updated relationship status at a recent concert performance by changing a lyric in "Karma" — "Karma is the guy on the screen / Coming straight home to me" — to "Karma is the guy on the Chiefs / Coming straight home to me." As you might expect, the crowd went absolutely nuts.
How to Watch Sunday Night Football on NBC and Peacock
Sunday Night Football kicks off each week with the pregame show Football Night in America, which airs on NBC beginning at 7 p.m. ET. The games then kick off at 8:20 p.m. ET each week, airing on NBC and simultaneously streaming on Peacock, which you can watch from anywhere.
NBC is, of course, available through over-the-air antennas and through cable, satellite, and internet TV providers everywhere. If you're not interested in the broadcast version, of course, you can stream every Sunday Night Football game (as well as two exclusive games late in the season) through NBCUniversal's streaming service, Peacock.
Peacock is available starting at $5.99 per month for an ad-supported Premium plan, or you can upgrade to a Premium Plus plan, with no ads, for $11.99 per month. Then, when you're done with football, you can check out the hundreds of hours of content on the service, from sitcoms to hit movies and beyond.
Originally published Nov 27, 2023.