Swift is expected to attend the biggest sporting event on the US sporting calendar on Sunday to cheer on her boyfriend.
Global pop sensation Taylor Swift returned to the United States from Japan, fueling expectations of a highly anticipated appearance at Super Blow to cheer up her boyfriend Travis Kelce, media outlets reported.
Swift’s plane landed in Los Angeles on Saturday after she wrapped up a sold-out show in Tokyo, raising fans’ hopes that she will attend Sunday’s game in Las Vegas to see Kelce play for the Kansas City Chiefs. against the San Francisco 49ers.
Gossip site TMZ published a grainy photo of Swift as she climbed into a waiting van at Los Angeles International Airport before leaving accompanied by a caravan of vehicles with tinted windows.
Swift’s precise whereabouts had been the source of rampant speculation on social media, with Internet sleuths posting regular updates about a plane en route to Los Angeles from Tokyo.
The Japanese embassy even weighed in on Swift’s trip, posting on social media that if the pop star were to depart Tokyo the night after her concert, she “should comfortably arrive in Las Vegas before the Super Bowl begins.”
Swift, one of the most successful music artists of all time with 14 Grammy Awards and hundreds of millions of album sales worldwide, has attended 12 football games to watch Kelce play.
NFL officials have credited Swift’s presence at games for a sudden surge in the sport’s popularity among young women.
Swift’s appearance at the 58th Super Bowl at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas could help drive viewership to new heights for the NFL showcase, which regularly draws more than 100 million viewers as the biggest event on the U.S. sports calendar. Joined.
Kelce joked earlier this week that he feels pressure to win after Swift earned a record-breaking fourth Grammy for album of the year for Midnights on Sunday.
“She’s amazing,” Kelce said at a news conference Monday.
“She herself is rewriting the history books. I told her that she would have to hold up my end of the deal and come home with some hardware too.”