You best believe she’s still bejeweled!
As predicted, Taylor Swift made yet another appearance at a Kansas City Chiefs game. This time, Swift was spotted in the crowd at the Met Life Stadium in New Jersey on Sunday night. The “Lavender Haze” singer, rumored to be dating football star Travis Kelce, surged gameday ticket prices more than 40%, according to TickPick.
Whether focused on the game or zoned in on Swift and Kelce’s romance, football fans and Swifties alike agreed that the singer’s Sunday night football outfit was undeniably chic. While Swift opted to sport her team colors during her first Chiefs appearance, she donned a more fashionable look during her second game.
Swift tucked in a simple black long-sleeve shirt into a pair of bedazzled jean shorts by Area. The shorts, once $695, now $208, featured a booty cutout and crystal letters spelling the brand’s name across her lower back. To complete the outfit, Swift added a pair of knee-high black Christian Louboutin leather boots and her signature red lipstick.
While eyes were on Taylor’s outfit, eyes were also on her entourage at the game. Swift reportedly arrived at the game with stars Sabrina Carpenter, Sophie Turner, Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds, and Hugh Jackman.
Swift fans also took notice of the time she’s been spending with Donna Kelce, Travis Kelces’ mother. During last week’s game in Kansas City, the singer was seen chatting up Kelce’s mother. This week, Swift was snapped greeting Donna and even going in for a hug.
While a source claims the relationship between Swift and Kelce isn’t yet official and that the duo are “having fun,” Travis seemed to think differently last week when he said Swift “looked amazing” in the crowd.
Even though the new couple reportedly left Sunday night’s game separately, they’ve been spending plenty of time together off the field. Only hours before the game at Met Life Stadium, Kelce was spotted leaving Swift’s NYC apartment after an alleged “sleepover.” Spicy!
Whether or not Travis Kelce is Taylor’s “End Game,” fans are loving this new era of football. (Taylor’s Version) of football, of course.