Monday night in the NFL may as well be the Super Bowl.
Sure, it’s a rematch of the title game from last season. But this time it’ll feature Kelce and Swift versus Kelce and Swift.
The Chiefs host the Eagles in the teams’ first meeting since Feb. 12, when Kansas City hoisted the Lombardi Trophy. More than that, it’ll be another test for the biggest power couple of the year. Will Taylor Swift root for Travis, the guy on the Chiefs, or her hometown Eagles?
Both teams are coming off bye weeks following wins. Philadelphia defeated the Cowboys while Kansas City beat the Dolphins in Frankfurt, Germany. In the game, Kelce received for only 14 yards on three receptions. The singer was not in attendance for the game, and he notably performs better in front of her.
If she’s at the Eagles game with her special guests, we should expect a memorable game from the tight end.
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The Sporting News has the latest news on Swift’s attendance for the Chiefs vs. Eagles game.
Is Taylor Swift at the Chiefs vs. Eagles game today?
While it was highly expected Swift would attend the Monday Night Football game, her Saturday night show in Rio de Janeiro was rescheduled to Monday due to extreme temperatures. The venue did not allow attendees to bring in their own waters on Friday but changed it’s policy prior for Saturday. Unfortunately the decision came too late, as a fan passed away Friday during the ride from the concert to the hospital.
Now leaves the question of whether or not her parents will still attend. According to Entertainment Tonight, her parents, Andrea and Scott, are expected to meet Kelce’s, Ed and Donna, for the first time at the game. Swift is a Philadelphia native, growing up a Birds fan. What better way to take the relationship to the next level? After all, the Kelces will be cheering for both teams.
Well, it looks like Swift won’t be able to greet her new beau in the stands. With Saturday’s show rescheduled for Monday, it’s nigh-on impossible for Swift to travel from one end of the world to another in time for the clash.
Donna may still have to share her split Chiefs-Eagles jersey on Monday night; it’s unclear whether Andrea and Scott are still planning on attending the affair. But in all likelihood, their much-lauded daughter won’t be with them.
There’s been plenty of fanfare regarding the latest iteration of the Kelce Bowl. Jason Kelce tossed some jabs at Scott Swift last week, poking fun at the longtime Philly fan for wearing a Chiefs lanyard at his daughter’s Buenos Aires show last weekend. Travis must’ve given it to him, as he joked he turned the Philly fan’s head at dinner the night before.
“What are we doing, Scott?” Jason said in response. “You’re gonna let this man’s devilish good looks and relationship with your daughter sway you from a lifetime of fandom, Scott? Ridiculous.”
Prior to the rescheduling, Swift was planning on flying back to the US for Kelce’s game.
Kansas City defensive tackle Chris Jones seemed to let the cat out of the bag in an interview with Rich Eisen, telling the NFL Network host that he was planning to go out with the couple after the Kelces dueled under the Lincoln Financial Field lights on Monday.
“I think when she comes this Monday, we’re gonna all go out,” Jones revealed.
Swift has been to four of Kelce’s games since debuting in Week 3 against the Bears. She followed Kelce to New York for the Jets game before taking a week off. She came back to Arrowhead Stadium for the Broncos and Chargers game.
We might not see her for a few weeks now. The singer performs in Sāo Paolo, Brazil, the night of the next game, Sunday, Nov. 26.
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The Chiefs then travel to Green Bay; while the singer will be on her break from the Eras Tour, she’s only attended away games where she has a residency, like New York City.
Unless she wants to hang with Simone Biles, she probably won’t attend another game until the Bills visit Arrowhead Stadium on Dec. 10. Biles’ husband, Jonathan Owens, plays for the Packers.