In a sparkling celebration, pop icon Taylor Swift and Brittany Mahomes, co-owner of Kansas City Current, raised their glasses to honor the recent NFL triumphs of their significant others, Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes.
The Kansas City Chiefs stars led their team to a thrilling 27-24 victory over the Buffalo Bills in Orchard Park, NY, edging closer to a Super Bowl showdown. Swift, 34, known for her dynamic stage presence and chart-topping hits, was seen enjoying the moment with Mahomes, 28, as they indulged in light beverages, likely beer with a twist of lime.
The Grammy-winning artist has been juggling her bustling tour schedule, keeping February 11 free in anticipation of the Chiefs making it to Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium in Nevada. For the game, Swift donned a chic ensemble featuring a red beanie, her trademark red lipstick, and a stylish $1,800 Bouclé Varsity Jacket from the GANT Blank Canvas Project x Kilo Kish.
Mahomes, commanding a strong social media following, was equally fashionable in a custom red BROdenim jacket, Apparis pants, and a furry black hat, her look curated by Saks stylist Mary Shabo. A highlight of the event was when Travis Kelce, after a 22-yard touchdown, made a heart hand gesture, sparking rumors it was a special nod to Swift.
Mahomes shared her joy on Instagram, posting a cheerful group photo with the caption, 'Went there, did that, on to the next!'
Swift's Personal Triumphs
Amidst this, Swift addressed some backlash over her frequent game attendances, potentially overshadowing Kelce on the field.
In her interview with TIME, she remarked, "I'm just there to support Travis," adding her bemusement over the media's keen attention to her presence in the stands. Swift’s love life has been a topic of interest too, with Page Six reporting that Kelce might be planning a proposal in July to celebrate their first anniversary.
This relationship marks a new chapter for Swift following her previous high-profile romances. The 'Karma' singer is not just reveling in her personal life; she's set to compete for six awards, including Record of the Year, at the upcoming 66th Annual Grammy Awards on CBS.
Following that, she's nominated for five awards at the 49th People's Choice Awards. Amidst this flurry of activity, Swift's The Eras Tour film, directed by Sam Wrench, has been a box office success, amassing over $261.6 million globally. She continues to work on re-recording her earlier albums, asserting her artistic independence in the industry.