After much speculation and meticulous calculations on the time it would take Taylor Swift to travel from Tokyo to Las Vegas, the superstar singer has officially arrived at Allegiant Stadium for the Super Bowl.
The singer showed up on Sunday to support her boyfriend, Kansas City Chiefs tight end and two-time Super Bowl champ Travis Kelce as he plays in the big game.
Swift was seen arriving at the stadium with her friend, actress Blake Lively, recording artist Ice Spice and her parents, Andrea and Scott Swift. She wore an all-black outfit, complimented by a red jacket and a necklace with a number 87 charm, a nod to Kelce's number.
Swift's attendance at the game comes after she resumed the international leg of her record-breaking "Eras Tour" in Japan, where she just performed four sold-out shows at the Tokyo Dome.
Thanks to a 17-hour time difference, Swift was able to travel back to the US following her final show on Saturday night with plenty of time to spare before kick off.
The genesis of this superstar pairing was spawned by comments that Kelce made on his "New Heights" podcast in July, where he admitted that he attempted to give Swift his phone number during an "Eras Tour" concert he attended by way of a friendship bracelet.
Kelce and Swift have since revealed that they quietly began hanging out soon thereafter and by the time Swift attended her first game in September, they were already a couple.
Since September, in between breaks from tour, Swift has shown up to many of Kelce's football games. The Super Bowl is Swift's 13th game that she's attended since then, which feels fitting given 13 is her self-proclaimed lucky number.
This is the Chiefs' fourth Super Bowl appearance in five years. The returning champs are playing the San Francisco 49ers, who they defeated in the 2020 Super Bowl.
Usher is the headline performer at the halftime show.