It's no surprise there has been speculation over Taylor Swift's potential attendance at the 2024 Super Bowl.
While it's far from certain that the team of Swift's rumored boyfriend Travis Kelce, the Kansas City Chiefs, will make it to the Super Bowl, Swifties are already hoping to see the pop superstar in the stands.
But if her rumored new beau — whom she's been cheering on from the sidelines all season — is in the biggest matchup of the year, it seems likely that Swift could take her private jet on a 12-hour flight following her Tokyo show to Las Vegas before kickoff.
While fans speculated Swift could perform the Apple Music halftime show, the NFL announced Sept. 24 that Usher is headlining.
"In your life, you'll do things greater than dating the boy on the football team."Taylor Swift in her 2008 hit, "fifteen"
Swift's first appearance at a Chiefs game
On Sept. 24, Swift went to her first Kansas City Chiefs game as they took on the Chicago Bears. The pop star sat next to Kelce's mom, Donna, in an Arrowhead Stadium suite in her signature red lip and a matching red and white jacket. She and Kelce were then spotted together leaving after the game and driving off to an afterparty in a convertible.
A New Jersey watch party with her famous friends
On Oct. 1, Swift was spotted at the Chiefs vs. Jets game at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. Friends Sabrina Carpenter, Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, Hugh Jackman, Shawn Levy, and brother Austin Swift joined the singer in the suite.
Swift becomes an Arrowhead regular
On Oct. 12, Swift was back at Arrowhead Stadium for the Chiefs game in Kansas City against the Denver Broncos.
Swift did miss Kelce's away game against the Minnesota Vikings on Oct. 8. In that game, the tight end injured his ankle — all the more reason for her to ensure her new beau has as much luck as possible at the Super Bowl.
Having fun with the Mahomes clan
On Oct. 22, Swift and Brittany Mahomes attended the Chiefs' home game versus the Los Angeles Chargers. While there, Swift hung out with Mahomes and her son, Bronze. The two were caught on camera debuting a special handshake.
Given her history and the Chiefs' current winning streak, it's possible Swift and her new favorite team will be in attendance at the big game on Feb. 11, 2024, but only time will tell.