Taylor Swift braved winter weather to support Travis Kelce at the Kansas City Chiefs playoff game against the Buffalo Bills, but her arrival at the stadium was met with mixed reactions. As Swift exited her car, cheers and boos from the crowd greeted her, but the singer seemed unfazed, blowing a kiss before entering the building.
This marked Swift’s eleventh appearance at a Kansas City Chiefs game. She wore a white varsity jacket with red stars and a bright red beanie, aligning with the team’s colors. Inside the stadium, she was seen with Travis Kelce’s brother, Jason Kelce, and their dad, Ed Kelce, in the VIP suite. It was the first time Swift was spotted with her boyfriend’s brother at a public event. Model Cara Delevigne, one of Swift’s BFFs, was also in the stands.
Social media reactions were varied, with some complaining about Swift’s frequent appearance during NFL broadcasts, expressing support for the opposing team. Others were sympathetic to the singer, acknowledging the mixed reactions.
Swift addressed the criticism of her visibility during NFL broadcasts in a Time Person of the Year interview, stating she has no control over when the camera shows her and that she attends games to support Travis Kelce.
During the Golden Globes earlier this month, comedian Jo Koy made a joke about the fewer camera shots of Taylor Swift compared to NFL broadcasts. Swift, however, remained straight-faced and took a sip of her drink in response.
Despite occasional criticism, Swift continues to support her boyfriend at games, emphasizing her role as a supportive partner rather than seeking attention.