Taylor Swift takes refuge from the freezing temperatures in snowy Green Bay as Travis Kelce and the Chiefs face Packers… after pop star jetted into Green Bay with new BFF Brittany Mahomes
- The Kansas City Chiefs face off against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night
- Travis Kelce and his teammates arrived at Lambeau Field earlier on Sunday
- MORE: Swift and new BFF Brittany Mahomes board jet en route to Green Bay
Taylor Swift has arrived at Lambeau Field to see her boyfriend Travis Kelce and the Chiefs take on the Green Bay Packers, shortly after being spotted leaving Kansas City in her private jet.
Kelce and Co. are in Wisconsin looking to improve their 8-3 record and cement their place at the top of the AFC West against the lowly-ranked, 5-6 Packers. He was seen getting off the Chiefs bus in a modern-looking Cowboy outfit.
The pop sensation walked into Lambeau Field alongside BFF Brittany Mahomes, wife of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
Once inside the stadium, the pair embraced before going their separate ways. Swift dazzled in a red overcoat and black dress. She geared up for the weather by wearing tights and high boots to complete her outfit.
Brittany was dressed in a red top with a Chiefs varsity jacket, while also matching Swift’s look by wearing high boots. Her red letterman’s jacket has her husband’s No. 15 emblazoned on it.
Taylor Swift arrived at Lambeau Field with her Brittany Mahomes, L, ahead of Chiefs-Packers
Swift braved the freezing weather in Green Bay, Wisconsin to support Travis Kelce in a VIP box
Swift stands in a suite with Brittany and a few other friends before kickoff for Sunday’s game
Swift was all smiles as she watched Kelce warm up and emerge out of the tunnel in Green Bay
Earlier on Sunday, hours before the last NFL game of the weekend, Brittany was seen hoping out of a black Lamborghini SUV and onto Swift’s Dassault Falcon 7x, minutes before the pop icon’s arrival at Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport in Kansas City, in exclusive photos from DailyMail.com.
Swift’s arrival was noticeable as, she arrived in a black GMC with her security team in tow. While boarded the jet, her minders put up umbrellas to block any prying eyes.
On Friday, Swift and Kelce joined the Mahomes for a festive, Christmas celebration in Missouri.
Packers head coach Matt LaFleur was the first to announce the ‘You Belong with Me’ singer’s expected sighting in Wisconsin, earlier in the week.
‘Is she supposed to be here? That’s what I’ve heard. So we’ll see,’ he said on Friday.
Sunday is the fifth game that Kelce is playing in front of his girlfriend. The last one was in Oct.
Fans of Taylor Swift hold up signs during warmups prior to the Chiefs-Packers game on SNF
A fan holds up a sign referencing both gymnast Simone Biles & singer Taylor Swift in Green Bay
Sunday be the fifth Chiefs game Swift has attended since the pop superstar and the four-time All-Pro tight end started their relationship.
The Chiefs won all four of their previous games in front of Swift and will hope to do the same in front of their fans this weekend. One Chiefs fan wore Kelce’s red Chiefs jersey with his No. 87 on it, except instead of having the tight-end’s name on it, as usual, he emblazoned, Taylor’s Boyfriend’ on the shirt.
Another fan had the a sign reading: ‘Go #87 Taylor’s boyfriend.’ Two other fans had signs asking ‘Where’s Taylor’ and ‘We love T. Swift.’
A person in the stands did come up with the most original poster of the night, as it compared Swift with U.S. gymnast and gold-medal Olympian, Simone Biles, wife of Jonathan Owens: ‘We’re not here to see Taylor, we wanna see Simone!’
Swift hadn’t attended a Chiefs game since an October 22 triumph over the Chargers largely because of conflicts with her tour schedule, which is currently on a break.
She first watched Kelce in person in a home victory over Chicago, then traveled to games at the New York Jets and Denver.
Kelce has averaged 108 yards receiving in the games Swift has attended. He has averaged 50 yards in his other six games. He missed the Chiefs’ season opener due to injury.
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