Even NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was spotted talking with Taylor Swift at the Super Bowl.
LAS VEGAS — Taylor Swift has arrived at the Super Bowl and is watching the big game with some famous friends.
The pop star completed her epic trip from the Tokyo Dome to Allegiant Stadium for the Super Bowl on Sunday, walking through security along with friends Blake Lively, Ashley Avignone, Ice Spice and her mom, Andrea Swift, to watch the Kansas City Chiefs play the San Francisco 49ers.
The 14-time Grammy winner, who has been dating Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce since the first few weeks of the NFL season, flew across nine time zones and the international date line from her Eras Tour to arrive about two hours before kickoff.
In the middle of Post Malone’s performance of “America the Beautiful,” cameras cut to Swift and Lively holding each other and enjoying the performance. She danced when the Chiefs won the coin toss.
Later on in the game, she was shown on the stadium video board and chugged the rest of her drink.
Before the game kicked off, Swift was spotted talking with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in the private box.
Travis Kelce’s brother, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce, was seen sitting behind Swift along with his parents, Donna and Ed Kelce.
Actor Miles Teller and his wife, Keleigh, part of Swift’s inner circle, were also enjoying the game from the suite.
Swift wrapped up the last of four shows in Japan on Saturday night, then hopped a private plane at Haneda Airport for a flight across the Pacific Ocean. She landed in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon — the time change worked in her favor — before Swift headed on to Las Vegas, where so many high-rollers had arrived that parking for private planes was entirely booked up.
Swift began dating Kelce after he said on his “New Heights” podcast that he had tried and failed to give her a friendship bracelet during her performance at Arrowhead Stadium. Kelce then invited her to watch him perform at the home of the Chiefs, and she surprisingly showed up for their Week 2 game against Chicago.