Taylor Swift made another appearance at an NFL game in support of Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs as they take on the Buffalo Bills in the AFC Divisional round playoff game.
Ahead of the start of the game, Swift made her way to the suite at Highmark Stadium, where she was seen talking to Kelce’s brother, Jason Kelce. Cameras captured the moment Swift was in the suite and the NFL Today sportscasters named her the “Most Valuable Princess of Chiefs Kingdom.”
“Look who’s in the house, that’s Taylor Swift, the MVP Most Valuable Princess of Chiefs Kingdom,” the CBS sportscaster said. “There’s always a little luck involved in football. Hopefully, she’s a good luck charm for [Travis] Kelce and the crew.”
As the game started, cameras captured Swift playing close attention to the game with Tony Romo saying, “There’s an interested fan right there.”
Every time, Kelce makes a big play, the broadcast shows Swift’s celebration to seeing her love interest out on the field.
On Instagram, NFL on CBS shared a video of Swift greeting people in the suite ahead of the match-up.
Swift’s appearances at NFL games have divided some football that feel too much attention from the game is being devoted to covering the popstar’s reactions. Last week, when the Chiefs faced off the Miami Dolphins, her custom puffer jacket went viral. The game played at Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium was under a winter storm that left everyone wanting to keep warm. Swift sported a puffer jacket designed by Kristin Juszczyk, wife of 49ers’ Kyle Juszczyk.
Early on in the season, the NFL released a statement following backlash over the heavy Swift coverage.
“The Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce news has been a pop cultural moment we’ve leaned into in real-time, as it’s an intersection of sport and entertainment, and we’ve seen an incredible amount of positivity around the sport,” the football organization said. “The vast majority of our content has remained focused on the game, our players and variety of other initiatives, including our Toy Story Funday Football alt-cast, the international games and more.”