Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce were seen holding hands as they left Arrowhead on Sunday night, after the pop superstar flew halfway across the country to watch her lose a second straight game.
Swift traveled from New Jersey to Kansas City on Sunday morning to watch the Kells’ Chiefs play against the Bills — their sixth game of the season — but it ended in another loss to the reigning Super Bowl champions.
For Kells, the loss may be softened by the presence of his superstar girlfriend as the pair prepare to spend some time together ahead of Taylor’s 34th birthday on Wednesday.
Shortly after the game ended in a 20-17 victory for the Buffalo Bills, Kelce and Swift were seen holding hands as they left the stadium, hopping into a golf cart and whisked away to a waiting vehicle.
In the picture of the loved-up pair, Swift can be seen trying to comfort a disappointed-looking Kells, who was dressed in a rain-drenched pre-game homecoming.
Meanwhile, Swift ditched her red and black Chiefs jumper for an all-black outfit – perhaps matching her man’s mood after a hard day.
In an exclusive DailyMail.com video taken seconds later, Swift can be seen waving to fans as the carriage rocks, while Kelce remains stoic by her side.
The two will now spend some time together before Swift celebrates her birthday on Wednesday, when she turns 34.
It’s been an incredible week for the pop sensation after she was named TIME magazine’s Person of the Year and opened up about her relationship with Kelce in an interview.
‘I don’t know how they know what pack I’m in,’ he said of the attention he receives at Chiefs games. ‘There’s a camera half a mile away and you don’t know where it is, you don’t know when the camera is broadcasting you, so I don’t know if I’m there. Shown 17 times or once.
‘I’m here to support Travis. Am I showing off too much, I have no awareness of some dads, brats, and chads.
There would have been plenty of ‘dads, brats and chads’ from Arrowhead’s disappointed Chiefs on Sunday night when a late offensive offside call by the referee halted Kells’ game-winning play.
The superstar tight end was almost the hero when he magically created a moment to help teammate Kadarius Toney score a touchdown, but the play was called back as Toney was inches offside when snapping the ball.
The decision angered quarterback Patrick Mahomes so much that he threw his helmet to the ground and his teammates had to back away from the referee, and while the Kelce’s were quiet on the field, it’s clear he was frustrated by the decision.