The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Baltimore Ravens 17-10 on Sunday to win the AFC Championship
The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Baltimore Ravens 17-10 on Sunday in the AFC Championship, enabling them to grab a spot in the 2024 Super Bowl in Las Vegas on Feb. 11.
Meanwhile, Swift, 34, celebrated her man’s win with his friends and family.
In a photo shared on former Chiefs tight end and Kelce's friend Ross Travis’ Instagram Story on Monday, Swift appeared to be in great spirits as she displayed a wide smile and held her head back while holding out her arms.
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The big group snap also featured Kelce’s mother Donna and father Ed.
Actress Keleigh Teller also shared a photo of Swift posing alongside Donna, Ed and Travis’ brother Jason Kelce, 36.
Teller and Swift also snuggled up for a snap while the singer held onto a drink and placed her hand on Teller’s head.
Following Kelce’s win on Sunday, Swift and the football tight end, 34, shared a kiss on the field after she went onto the field to meet him after the end of the game.
"You've got to fight for your right to party," Kelce said in his speech as he quoted the Beastie Boys' lyrics, which he also cited last year when they won the 2023 Super Bowl.
Meanwhile, United Airlines also revealed their celebrations following Kansas City Chiefs’ Sunday win by using special flight numbers that honored Kelce and Swift.
This was done for the six direct flights between Kansas City, Missouri, and Las Vegas for the game.
The new flight numbers included UA 1989, which references the singer’s 2014 and 2023 re-recorded album, as well as UA 2287 which is a nod to Swift’s 2012 hit song “22" and Kelce's "87" jersey number.
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