Taylor Swift Joins Travis Kelce’s Family in VIP Suite at Chiefs vs. Bills Game

Buffalo, NY – Taylor Swift was spotted in the VIP suite at Highmark Stadium on Sunday, cheering on the Kansas City Chiefs alongside Travis Kelce’s brother and sister-in-law, Jason and Kylie Kelce. Despite harsh weather conditions, the trio made the trek to upstate New York to support the Chiefs in their face-off against the Buffalo Bills.

In the VIP suite, Taylor Swift, Jason Kelce, Kylie Kelce, and the pop star’s close friend, Brittany Mahomes, were seen chatting and enjoying themselves before settling in to watch the playoff game. Swift made it clear that she was rooting for the Chiefs, wearing an $1,800 red-and-white varsity jacket paired with a matching beanie and her signature red lipstick.

Jason Kelce showed his spirit by sporting a red T-shirt with Travis’ nickname, “Big Yeti,” while Kylie kept warm in a black coat. This is the first time that Swift has been seen with Jason and Kylie, although she has previously been spotted with Travis’ parents, Donna and Ed Kelce, at his games.

Jason Kelce, who is considered the best center in the NFL and plays for the Philadelphia Eagles, attended one of Travis’ games for the first time this season. Unfortunately, the Eagles’ season came to an end last week with a loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Since then, there has been speculation that Jason Kelce’s 13-year career may be coming to an end. Several of Swift’s fans took to social media to wish him well and pay tribute to the legendary center. Swift and Travis’ relationship has been a topic of interest among fans, with Jason even interviewing Travis about their romance on their “New Heights” podcast.

As the Chiefs’ game against the Bills ended up being a win-or-go-home situation, Swift and the Kelce family were no doubt invested in the outcome. While it’s unclear if Jason and Kylie had met Swift before, their presence at the game shows their support for Travis and the Chiefs.

Overall, the bond between Swift and the Kelce family continues to grow, with them frequently attending games together and becoming a close-knit group.