Taylor Swift is back cheering on boyfriend Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.
The Chiefs played the Buffalo Bills Sunday, Dec. 10, and the game kicked off at 4:25 p.m. ET. It's Swift's first time back at the Chiefs' home stadium since Oct. 22, before she set out for the South American leg of her "Eras Tour."
Swift wore a long black coat and a Chiefs sweater to the game, paired with her signature red lip. During the game, Swift was spotted cheering excitedly from a suite.
The Bills won 20-17.
Swift is currently on break from her tour, which resumes February in Tokyo.
Ahead of the game, fans wondered if another celebrity would be in the house for the Chiefs-Bills game: actor and singer Hailee Steinfeld, who's rumored to be dating Bills quarterback Josh Allen. In 2015, the "Pitch Perfect 2" actor appeared in Swift's music video for "Bad Blood," which was recently rereleased on "1989 (Taylor's Version)."
“who needs the super bowl when you could have hailee steinfeld and taylor swift at the bills vs chiefs game on dec 10,” one fan posted on X.
Steinfeld appeared to attend a Bills game in October, after she sparked romance rumors with Allen in May.
Unfortunately for fans, Steinfeld was spotted in New York City Dec. 10 for a screening of her movie "Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse," joined by "Barbie" director Greta Gerwig.
Swift last attended the Chiefs’ Dec. 3 game against the Green Bay Packers in Wisconsin. Gymnast Simone Biles was there, too, to support her husband, Packers safety Jonathan Owens.
The "Love Story" singer's attendance at Chiefs games has become expected. Swift confirmed their relationship in an interview with Time celebrating her 2023 Person of the Year honor.
“This all started when Travis very adorably put me on blast on his podcast, which I thought was metal as hell,” she told Time, describing the beginning of their relationship. “We started hanging out right after that."
“By the time I went to that first game, we were a couple," she added.
Swift also reacted to those who say the NFL is "overdoing" their coverage of her attendance at games.
“I don’t know how they know what suite I’m in," she told Time. "There’s a camera, like, a half-mile away, and you don’t know where it is, and you have no idea when the camera is putting you in the broadcast, so I don’t know if I’m being shown 17 times or once. I’m just there to support Travis.
“I have no awareness of if I’m being shown too much and pissing off a few dads, Brads, and Chads.”