In a star-studded celebration following the Kansas City Chiefs’ thrilling playoff victory against the Buffalo Bills, Taylor Swift and tight end Travis Kelce led the festivities with friends and family.
The celebration, captured in a series of Instagram photos by Kelce’s longtime friend Aric Jones, and Brittany Mahomes showcased the jubilant atmosphere in a VIP suite at Highmark Stadium.
Swift, 34, was seen in high spirits, holding a plastic cup of champagne and mingling with Kylie Kelce, Jason Kelce’s wife.
The group posed for snapshots, capturing the elation of the Chiefs’ 27-24 win.
Travis Kelce, 34, flashed a wide smile, making celebratory gestures with a canned beverage in hand.
The VIP suite also featured Cara Delevingne and Donna Kelce, Travis’ mom, who joined the festivities alongside friends and teammates.
Swift, who watched the game with Travis’ family, including parents Donna and Ed Kelce, brother Jason, and sister-in-law Kylie, added glamour to the chilly Buffalo night in her $1,800 Gant Blank Canvas Project x Kilo Kish Bouclé Varsity Jacket.
Despite initial boos from Bills fans upon their arrival, Swift and Brittany Mahomes, wife of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, became the focus of cheers as they supported the team.
Travis Kelce later showed his affection for Swift by making her signature heart sign after scoring a touchdown.
The AFC Divisional win against the Bills marked a historic moment for the Chiefs as Mahomes and Kelce connected for their 16th postseason touchdown, setting an NFL record.
With the victory, the Chiefs secured a spot in the AFC Championship Game against the top-seeded Baltimore Ravens.
The game will be played next Sunday, January 28, at 3pm ET at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.
As the Chiefs prepare for their next challenge, it remains uncertain if Swift, along with the Kelce family and Eagles center Jason Kelce, will travel to Baltimore.
Swift, currently on hiatus from her blockbuster Eras Tour, will resume shows next month in Tokyo.
Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce co-hosted an exclusive event to commemorate the Chiefs’ playoff victory in Buffalo.