Taylor Swift touched down in Baltimore ahead of her boyfriend Travis Kelce's crucial AFC Championship game on Sunday.
Swift, 34, landed in Maryland on a gray, rainy day, sheltered by a thicket of umbrellas. She arrived shortly after 1 p.m., stepped off her private jet and into one of the SUVs waiting there to take her to M&T Bank Stadium, where she will watch the Kansas City Chiefs game against the host city's Ravens.
Just thirty minutes earlier, Kelce confidently and with his trademark swagger flashed the peace sign to cheering fans as he and his Kansas City Chiefs colleagues boarded buses for the early afternoon ride from their hotel to M&T Bank Stadium.
The Chiefs shared a video of their star's arrival at the stadium, quoting a lyric from Taylor from their hit “Ready For It” and captioning the clip, “Knew he was a killa when I first saw him.” ” – Kelce’s nickname – and handle shared on Instagram is “KillaTrav”.
Seen in these exclusive images from , Kelce and Co. left the Chiefs just after 12:30 p.m. as the clock ticked down to their matchup with the Baltimore Ravens, which begins at 3 p.m. EST.
Taylor Swift was sheltered by a thicket of umbrellas as she arrived in Baltimore on Sunday
The singer will be cheering on his friend Travis Kelce in the big Ravens vs. Chiefs game today
Kelce flashed the peace sign to cheering fans at the Chiefs Hotel on Sunday afternoon
Kelce and the Chiefs are just one win away from the Super Bowl – but must beat the Baltimore Ravens
Kelce, 34, followed 28-year-old quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who despite the damp Maryland drizzle was smartly dressed in a maroon suit with a black tie, a chic pocket square and velvet slipper-style shoes.
Chiefs fans flocked to see their heroes and shout their support for the game that will hopefully secure their ticket to Las Vegas later this month.
Taylor, meanwhile, will be cheering on Travis, with his older brother Jason also expected to be in the stands.
Jason had a wild night last Sunday as he cheered on Travis from the same suite as the singer. When Travis scored the first of his two touchdowns that night, Jason jumped shirtless out of the suite into the 20-degree weather and drank a beer in front of the stunned Bills fans.
There will undoubtedly be wild celebrations into the night if the Chiefs beat the odds and make it to the Super Bowl on Sunday.
But it will create a bit of a travel problem for Taylor if the Chiefs win.
She has to drive back this week from Tokyo, Japan – where she starts her Eras Tour in 2024.
Her final show there is Saturday, February 10, but the time difference will stand her in good stead as she heads back to the West Coast for the biggest night on the sports calendar.
Ravens fans had signs welcoming Taylor to the game – but they hope she leaves after a Chiefs loss
She won't have much time to celebrate if the Chiefs make it to the finish line – the following weekend she will be in Melbourne where she will begin her tour of Australia.
When Taylor made his way to Ravens Stadium, numerous fans were already on their way to one of the NFL's two big games on Sunday. Some were even seen holding signs to welcome them.
A Ravens fan held a sign that read, “Lamar be their endgame,” a reference to Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson.