Taylor Swift has been south of the Equator as her beau, Kansas City Chiefs All-Pro tight end Travis Kelce, has been chasing a playoff berth in the past month. As Swift has performed the international portion of her Eras tour in South America, she hasn’t been a regular attendee of the last four Chiefs games.
But will she embrace the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field soon?
News Anchor Reveals Taylor Swift’s Status for Packers Game
Swift has ended her absence from Chiefs games per one Kansas City sports reporter.
Aaron Ladd of Kansas City NBC affiliate KSHB 41 spotted this moment before the Sunday Night Football game.
Just saw Taylor Swift walk into Lambeau
— Aaron Ladd (@aaronladdtv) December 3, 2023
Then, NBC’s SNF account caught video of the country/pop sensation walking into Lambeau Field.
Taylor Swift has arrived in Green Bay! #ChiefsKingdom
— Sunday Night Football on NBC (@SNFonNBC) December 4, 2023
This officially becomes Swift’s first Chiefs game since the Oct. 22 home game versus the Los Angeles Chargers.
One person believed Swift would be at the iconic NFL venue when the Chiefs take on the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football: Matt LaFleur.
That’s right; the Packers head coach appears to have some insider knowledge.
“That’s what I’ve heard, so we’ll see,” LaFleur told reporters during a Friday press conference.
Has Swift’s Tour Ended?
Swift’s last appearance was in London, England, during the Nov. 30 premiere of Beyonce’s “Renaissance” film.
As for the Eras tour, the 12-time Grammy-winning country/pop singer is currently on hiatus from performing. Per her website, she doesn’t return on tour until February 2024, when she heads to Tokyo.
Swift had performed in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for the past month. Kelce was able to watch her perform at one of the Buenos Aires shows during the Chiefs’ bye week.
But during that time, the Chiefs went 2-2 without her cheering from the suites and cheering on her love interest Kelce.
Which Chiefs Games Did Swift Miss?
Swift was not present when the Chiefs were stunned by the Denver Broncos on Oct. 29, which also featured the AFC West rival trolling the defending Super Bowl champions by playing her hit single “Shake it Off” as the Chiefs walked out of Empower Field at Mile High in defeat.
Swift also missed the Chiefs’ international showdown with the Miami Dolphins in Frankfurt, Germany, which was a narrow 21-14 win over the AFC East division leader. The music star then missed the huge Super Bowl rematch between the Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles, whose offensive line is led by Kelce’s older brother Jason at center.
Finally, Swift missed being inside the “Black Hole” in Las Vegas for last Sunday’s Chiefs and Las Vegas Raiders contest. Kansas City won handily 31-17 at Allegiant Stadium.
But now, Swift has ended her absence away from the Chiefs and the NFL spotlight. Cameras will likely be focused on her cheering in the suites at the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field.