It looks like 13 really is Taylor Swift’s lucky number. Sunday night, Swift attended her thirteenth Kansas City Chiefs game, which just so happened to be the Super Bowl 2024. From her VIP suite at Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium, Swift watched boyfriend Travis Kelce help the Chiefs to a 25-22 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in a dramatic overtime win.
The win was just the beginning of the night’s festivities: After Kelce, in his now-signature victory karaoke, implored the gathered crowd to fight for their right to party, Kelce and Swift shared many (surely sweaty) on-field kisses, Kelce summoning the singer with a “come here, girl” when he spotted her, and Swift calling it “one of the craziest things I’ve ever experienced.”
The win gave them a reason to sing, and the night’s afterparties in Sin City gave Swift and Kelce opportunities to sing, so sing they did – to Swift’s own songs, in multiple instances. While attending the Chiefs’s afterparty with Blake Lively, Ice Spice, and more, Kelce and Swift put fan edits of the couple’s footage to shame by basically making their own live-action “Love Story” music video, serenading each other with a club remix of Swift’s 2008 hit at the party in footage posted to social media.
Swift and Kelce were spotted dancing and kissing, singing lyrics like “baby, just say yes,” to one another and pointing to each other in clips posted to social media as they sang the “you’ll be the prince and I’ll be the princess” part of the song’s chorus.
When Swift’s “You Belong With Me” came over the club’s speakers, footage posted to social media shows Kelce leaping onto the DJ’s platform to sing along and mime the song’s lyrics in Swift’s direction, pointing to himself during the “can’t you see, you belong with me” line in the chorus.