Taylor Swift Stays Up After Liverpool Show to Watch Travis Kelce’s Super Bowl Ring Ceremony: ‘Love You Guys’
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Taylor Swift Stays Up After Liverpool Show to Watch Travis Kelce’s Super Bowl Ring Ceremony: ‘Love You Guys’

Taylor Swift is joining the party from Liverpool!

After her latest Eras Tour concert on Thursday, June 13, the “Fortnight” singer, 34, stayed up late to tune into a livestream of the Kansas City Chiefs ring ceremony, where she watched her boyfriend Travis Kelce, along with Patrick Mahomes and their teammates, receive their Super Bowl LVIII rings.

Swift watched the celebration — which took place at Kansas City’s Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art — from six time zones away, joining in on Chariah Gordon’s Instagram Live.

In the comments, the superstar offered Gordon’s boyfriend, wide receiver Mecole Hardman, and other members of the team her congratulations and shared her excitement about the team’s third Super Bowl win in five years.


Referencing Hardman’s new contract, she then added with a crown emoji: “AND WE GET ANOTHER YEAR OF MECOLE.”

Halfway around the world, fans got another look at the glam party thanks to the quarterback’s wife, Brittany Mahomes.

In one clip shared on Brittany’s Instagram Stories, each Chiefs player received a box containing the rings, which feature diamonds, rubies and a design referencing the Mahomes-Hardman game-winning play, per Associated Press.



The tandem connected on a three-yard touchdown pass which led to the Chiefs’ 25-22 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Feb. 11 in Las Vegas.

Following the Super Bowl win, Swift made sure to connect with Hardman on the field at Allegiant Stadium.

“She was like… ‘Good job, proud of you, good game — man, it was crazy,’ ” the athlete later recalled about his conversation with the pop star.
After watching the ceremony from afar on Thursday night, Swift eventually called it a night.

“Gotta go to sleep it’s so late here love you guys,” she signed off on the livestream.

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