Taylor Swift Cheered on Boyfriend Travis Kelce With Dad Scott (And Alana Haim)
2023/12/25

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Taylor Swift continues to show her unwavering support for her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, by attending the Kansas City Chiefs game against the New England Patriots on Sunday. She was accompanied by her father Scott Swift, who is also a fan of Kelce but supports the Philadelphia Eagles.

Taylor was joined by her friends Alana Haim, Brittany Mahomes, and Ashley Avignone, as they cheered on the Chiefs. For the game, Taylor sported a gray Kansas City Chiefs crew neck paired with a custom plaid skirt by Rails. She wore a white hat with a red stripe to stay warm.

During the game, she was seen expressing her frustration when Kelce was pushed to the ground by an opponent and the referee failed to call pass interference.

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This is not the first time Taylor has shown her support for the Chiefs. She has attended several games throughout the summer, only missing those that clashed with her tour dates or other commitments.

 Taylor expressed her newfound love for football, saying, "I've been missing out my whole life." Travis Kelce has also been a supportive partner to Taylor. He traveled to Argentina to see her perform and even threw her an unforgettable birthday party, despite not being able to attend due to his training obligations.

Taylor and Travis' relationship seems to be going strong, with both of them going above and beyond to support each other.

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Their mutual love for football has brought them even closer, as they continue to attend games together. In conclusion, Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce's relationship continues to thrive as they support each other in their respective careers. Taylor's presence at Chiefs games demonstrates her dedication to Kelce and her newfound love for football. The couple's unwavering support for one another is evident, with Kelce attending Taylor's performances and throwing her a memorable birthday party. As they continue to navigate their busy schedules, their bond remains strong.

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