Taylor Swift & Travis Kelce serenade each other with her love songs

Taylor Swift's boyfriend Travis Kelce helps out the Kansas City Chiefs at the 58th Annual Super Bowl in Las Vegas on February 11 After their win at the bowl game, the couple celebrated in style and sang Taylor Swift's throwback hit to each other at the after-party.

Join Swift as she brings in friends like Blake Lively, Ice Spice and Ashley Avignone, as Kyle The couple sang and pointed at each other from across the room as Kelce played a remix of Swift's football romance "You Belong With Me." DJ booth.

On another occasion, Swift and Kelce danced and sang together to a remix of her 2008 hit "Love Story," and even kissed on the dance floor.

After dancing up a storm, the singer left the after-party together in Kelce's black sequined jacket, like a true rom-com finale.

"Come here, girl"

Travis Kelce kisses Taylor Swift after the Super Bowl 58 on February 11, 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images Sports/Getty Images

After the Chiefs' earlier win, Swift headed to the field with the football star's parents, Donna and Ed Kelce, to watch him deliver a post-victory speech. (He performed a stirring rendition of "Viva Las Vegas.") When Kelce finished talking to the press and hugged his family, he walked right up to Swift and told her, "Come over here, girl."

The two hugged, embraced and kissed a few times as they celebrated their victory. Swift told Kelce the match was "unbelievable," calling it "one of the craziest things I've ever experienced," before hugging him again.

chiefs lucky charm

Swift might be the Chiefs' unintentional lucky charm. Fans pointed out that the Super Bowl was the singer's 13th game to attend in support of Kelce, matching her lucky number.

The numbers in Super Bowl 58 (this year's winner) and the name of the opposing team, the 49ers, both add up to 13. Even the total score between the two teams before halftime was 13. Clearly, Swift's 13-hour journey from Tokyo was worth it.