Taylor Swift's Super Bowl 2024 saga: Amid international tour, will she make it to cheer Travis Kelce?
Taylor Swift has undoubtedly had a successful year. She has spent the majority of the year touring worldwide as part of "The Eras Tour", already hailed as the most profitable tour in history. The 34-year-old superstar recently triumphed at the Grammy awards, winning the album of the year for the fourth time and announcing her next record. Adding to her high-profile year is her relationship with American football player Travis Kelce, drawing as much attention as Taylor's professional successes. Swift frequently spectates games played by Kelce's team, the Kansas City Chiefs. Kelce is soon to play one of the most pivotal games of his career, and his partner is expected to be in the spectator seats.
Super Bowl 2024: Will Taylor Swift attend? Media says she landed in Los Angeles
This Sunday, Taylor's partner Kelce will make his fourth Super Bowl appearance. Kelce and his Kansas City Chiefs teammates will defend their title against the San Francisco 49ers. The Super Bowl, as the largest event in American football, draws significant media attention yearly. The suspected presence of Taylor Swift at this year's event is causing excitement internationally.
Recent reports question whether the singer will attend the Super Bowl. Despite being on tour and performing in Tokyo recently, Swift should make it to the States on time. A couple of days ago, the U.S. embassy in Japan issued an official statement ensuring that Swift would reach the U.S. before the big game if she began her journey right after her concert. Swift completed her final (fourth) concert in Japan on Saturday evening and boarded a plane to the U.S. The Daily Mail reported that Swift departed Japan around 9:30 pm and arrived in the U.S. before 2 pm, due to the time difference.
Online videos have surfaced showing Swift's private jet landing in Los Angeles. Page Six reported sightings of the singer disembarking from the plane. Photos showed Swift's car leaving LAX airport under police escort.
Does Taylor Swift need to drive to the Super Bowl because she can't park her private jet in Las Vegas?
British media report that Taylor spent the night at her home in LA. It is still uncertain whether the singer will attend the Super Bowl, but it seems probable. However, to witness her partner in action, Swift first needs to get to Las Vegas. International media speculate that the star will likely drive to the American gambling capital. According to AP, all parking spots for private jets are currently reserved at Las Vegas airports.
CBS Sports reported an estimated travel time from Los Angeles to Las Vegas of less than five hours. They predict the singer will arrive on time for the Super Bowl, which begins on Sunday at 6:30 pm ET.
Worth noting is TMZ's report last week that Travis Kelce's family will be watching the Super Bowl from a luxury box at the stadium. Taylor Swift, her family and friends, including her parents and brother Austin with his partner, are expected to join Travis's family. For these prime spots near the field, Travis might have spent over a million dollars.
A life of luxury, isn't it?