On Sunday night, the two were seen leaving Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri, hand in hand on camera.
Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce are officially dating.
The 33-year-old singer of “Lavender Haze” was seen on camera on Sunday night as she left Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri, accompanied by the 33-year-old tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Swift smiled momentarily at the camera and seemed to say “bye” as they left the building. Kelce, wearing a patterned two-piece, smiled and nodded.
On Sunday, Swift was seen in the stands at Arrowhead Stadium, rooting for the Kansas City Chiefs as they took on the Chicago Bears. She sat in Kelce’s suite with the athlete’s mom, Donna Kelce, and watched the game. The two were spotted sitting side by side, laughing and talking throughout the game.
The Grammy winner wore a red and white Chiefs jacket, which she slung around her waist as she exited the stadium to demonstrate her support for the team. Fox Sports on X broadcast the game and included footage of Swift shouting and clapping for Kelce and his teammates. She jumped up and down and threw her hands in the air at one point.
Just days after Kelce invited Swift to the game on the Pat McAfee Show podcast, she made an appearance at the stadium. According to PEOPLE’s sources, Swift accepted the invitation immediately after learning about it.
According to the insider, Taylor is now “very focused on work and hanging out with her girlfriends.” “When Travis asked her to come to the game, she immediately accepted.”
“She just thought it was a fantastic way to spend Sunday,” the person said.
Kelce was asked by the podcast’s host Pat McAfee on Thursday whether he wanted to “expand upon” the relationship speculation surrounding him and Swift, which is “being talked about by the entire world right now.”
While he wouldn’t say if he and Swift had met in person or not, he did say that he “threw the ball in her court.”
“I’ve seen you rock the stage at Arrowhead [Stadium],” he said to McAfee, perhaps addressing the “Champagne Problems” singer personally. “You might have to come see me rock the stage at Arrowhead and see which one’s a little more lit.”
“We’ll see what happens in the near future,” he said.
The night Swift went to see Kelce play turned out to be a nice one, as Kelce scored a spectacular touchdown.
Kelce grabbed the ball in the end zone with barely seven minutes left in the third quarter, putting his side ahead 41-0 against the Bears. After making it to the suite, Swift was spotted doing some happy dances.
The final score of the game was 41-10 in favor of the Chiefs, giving them the victory.