Taylor Swift blocked out the noise from angry Baltimore Ravens fans and insisted she ‘didn’t do anything’ after they accused her of ‘ruining the NFL’ on Sunday night.
The pop superstar attended her 12th Kansas City Chiefs game of the season to cheer on her boyfriend Travis Kelce, watching him put in a stunning performance to help his team to the Super Bowl.
Kelce’s brilliance left Ravens fans leaving their home stadium unhappy, though, and some of them even took it out on Taylor – shouting abuse at her as she walked hand-in-hand with Brittany Mahomes to the afterparty.
In a clip posted to social media, Swift and Mahomes can be seen walking through the bowels of the stadium in Maryland, while fans shout at them.
While some were supportive, others shouted ‘you’ve ruined the NFL’ at Swift, who quickly defended herself and retorted: ‘I didn’t do anything.’
Taylor Swift wraps her arms around Brittany Mahomes during the Chiefs’ postgame party
Swift (right) posed for snaps with the Kelce family – including Jason, Donna and Ed (left-right)
After the game, Taylor took some abuse from Ravens fans but she quickly defended herself
The abuse didn’t appear to affect Taylor’s mood, meanwhile, as she was pictured just minutes later with her arms wrapped around her new best friend Brittany.
In a series of snaps posted by another of her pals – Keleigh Teller – Swift looks delighted at the result of the game as she celebrates with her Chiefs clan.
She is also pictured alongside Jason, Donna and Ed Kelce – proving she has really integrated herself into her boyfriend’s family after their four months of dating.
Immediately after the game in Baltimore, Swift went down to the field for the first time and was guided to her man by security officials.
In a romantic moment caught by the world’s TV cameras, Kelce – fresh off the field – enjoyed an embrace with Swift, as the pair passionately kissed.
Swift looked almost tearful as the couple had a moment to celebrate together with all eyes on them.
Travis Kelce kisses girlfriend Taylor after leading his Chiefs team to a place in the Super Bowl
America’s favorite couple had a moment to celebrate with the eyes of the world on them
Kelce and Swift celebrated together after he led the Chiefs to an outstanding victory
The singer will now travel thousands of miles to make the Super Bowl from Japan in February
Swift now turns her attention to four nights of her blockbuster Eras Tour in Japan’s capital from February 7-10 before now having to race back to the Allegiant Stadium on the west coast for the biggest night in America’s sporting calendar. But she is expected to make the journey and be there for Kelce.
She and Travis took center stage for the post-game celebrations but during the showdown itself, the singer appeared frustrated at appearing on the CBS coverage around the midway stage. She could be seen clearly saying ‘go away, please’ with the camera lingering on her in a VIP suite while advertising next weekend’s Grammy’s.
She’s going to have to accept it on February 11, though, given she will travel thousands of miles to make the game. The 17-hour time difference works in her favor on her return to the US from Japan and it will be the 13th Chiefs game this season that Swift will have cheered the team on for – her lucky number.
But with luck on their side or not, judging by Sunday’s showing Kelce and his Chiefs are going to take some stopping after a frankly sensational 17-10 win in Baltimore – the team that most people felt were nailed on to win the Super Bowl altogether, let alone the game today.
Kelce scored a touchdown in the first quarter and went on to pass Jerry Rice’s NFL postseason record of 151 receptions in another magnificent, career-defining display.
Swift was joined by Cara Delevingne in the VIP suite where she cheered the Chiefs on to victory – Jason Kelce was also there, as well as Travis’ parents Donna and Ed.
Kelce kisses the Lamar Hunt trophy as he commemorates a brilliant win for the Chiefs
The Chiefs star took the celebrations into the locker room with his team on Sunday night
Swift faces a 17-hour time difference and it’s a 13-hour flight between Las Vegas and Tokyo, where she will be performing the day before the Super Bowl
Travis’ older brother was seen high-fiving friends in the suite after his brother got his touchdowns but his celebrations were extremely subdued compared to the wild scenes last weekend in Buffalo.
The two brothers also had a moment on the field, with the older Kelce wearing a Chiefs wooly hat across the course of the day as he cheered Kansas City on. It one heartwarming picture, Swift was seen looking on and smiling as the Kelce bros shared a laugh together on the field.
‘Finish this motherf***er,’ Jason told Travis as they embraced. The older Kelce brother would later address his own future in the NFL in an exclusive interview with DailyMail.Com.
Now, they will all clear their calendar and head to Vegas in two weeks as the Chiefs bid to win the Super Bowl for a second straight season and round out a fairytale campaign that has seen Travis and Taylor become America’s favorite and most famous couple.