Taylor Swift snaps at CBS and appears to say PLEASE

Taylor Swift snaps at CBS and appears to say “PLEASE GO AWAY” after the cameraman lingers on her too long while watching her boyfriend Travis Kelce at the Chiefs-Ravens game

Taylor Swift has been a fixture on Chiefs broadcasts since her relationship with Travis Kelce went public in September, but the pop megastar decided Sunday she'd had enough of the attention.

While cheering on Travis and the Chiefs during the thrilling AFC Championship in Baltimore, Swift was shown on camera for several seconds by CBS for a Grammys promo.

Swift realized she was on the screen and appeared to say the words “please go away” afterwards in the suite where she, Jason Kelce, Donna Kelce and other VIPs were cheering on the Chiefs.

Fans expressed varying opinions on her apparent reaction.

“Even she knows they’re overdoing it,” someone wrote on X.

Taylor Swift was upset that CBS cameras watched her for too long on Sunday

Swift's suite had a television screen that allowed her and her crew to watch television coverage

Swift's suite had a television screen that allowed her and her crew to watch television coverage

It was Swift's 12th Chiefs game on Sunday — and the biggest since she started dating Kelce

It was Swift's 12th Chiefs game on Sunday — and the biggest since she started dating Kelce

“Get ready for a quick Super Bowl,” another added, with the Chiefs on top. “The NFL really needed this, maybe they conveniently saved the product and ratings.”

Another claimed: “They've actually been pretty quiet about the quick coverage of this game. “It's weird.”

Other fans suggested that Swift said “Oh, the Grammys” around the time she saw herself on screen. The music awards will take place next weekend.

It's the 12th Chiefs game Swift has attended this season since she and Kelce became America's most famous couple.

Swift was shown on the big screen at Gillette Stadium as the Chiefs took on the Patriots during the regular season in December, and Kelce threw a punch at the “Brads and Chads,” who also booed her to cheers.

“I'll say it this way, they showed Taylor at the game … you don't see an entire home team fan base going crazy over someone wearing the opposing team's colors,” he said in New Heights.

“It just shows how amazing this girl is. They went crazy putting Taylor on screen, yeah.”

“Maybe there were a few Brads and Chads who booed, but for the most part everyone was yelling for them.” I tried to keep my cool and said, “Don't show your cards.”

Swift (left) and Donna Kelce (right) celebrate while Jason Kelce (top right) gives a high-five

Swift (left) and Donna Kelce (right) celebrate while Jason Kelce (top right) gives a high-five

Taylor, who was sitting next to her model friend Cara Delevigne, was caught up in the action on the pitch

Taylor, who was sitting next to her model friend Cara Delevigne, was caught up in the action on the pitch

Travis Kelce broke Jerry Rice's record for postseason catches on Sunday against the Ravens

Travis Kelce broke Jerry Rice's record for postseason catches on Sunday against the Ravens

Swift previously spoke about the “Brads and Chads” herself in an interview with TIME after being named the magazine's 2023 Person of the Year.

“I’m just there to support Travis,” she said. “I’m not aware if I’m being shown too much.” [on TV] and screwing a few dads, brads and chads.'

Travis' 19-yard touchdown opened the scoring for the Chiefs in the first quarter.

And Swift enthusiastically celebrated the score afterwards as she shouted the words “Oh my God” after her boyfriend's amazing catch.

Jason, however, cut a more subdued figure after the score, a week after ripping his shirt off in Buffalo.

The Eagles star simply exchanged high-fives with his fellow VIPs after Travis' great catch.

Not even halfway through the contest did Kelce break Jerry Rice's record for most postseason receptions in NFL history.

The 34-year-old entered Sunday's game with 145 receptions, 1,694 receiving yards and 18 touchdowns in his playoff career, trailing Hall of Famer Rice in every category.

But with seven early catches, Kelce pushed his tally to 152, surpassing Rice's 151 before halftime.

Kansas City went into halftime with a 17-7 lead and the winner of the game will advance to the Super Bowl next month.

It was a tumultuous season for Kelce and the Chiefs, as the defending champions went just 4-4 after their bye in Week 10 and stumbled into the playoffs well behind their best.