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Singing sensation Taylor Swift kisses and hugs Travis Kelce after Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl victory in Las Vegas Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift kisses and hugs her boyfriend Travis Kelce after Super Bowl victory. Photo Courtesy: Viral video on X

Singing sensation Taylor Swift kisses and hugs Travis Kelce after Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl victory in Las Vegas

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 12 Feb 2024, 07:14 pm

Valentine's Day was celebrated early at Allegiant Stadium in the US city of Las Vegas when the singing sensation enjoyed some warm moments of togetherness when she celebrated the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl victory with her boyfriend Travis Kelce.

Cameras flashed to capture the memorable moment as Taylor and Travis Kelce kissed and hugged each other in the star-studded stadium.

The “Cruel Summer” singer reunited with the Chiefs tight end after Kansas City’s 25-22 overtime win against San Francisco — and Kelce’s “Viva Las Vegas” chant during the postgame celebrations, reported New York Post.

The couple has been dating each other since last year.

The singer arrives in Las Vegas earlier on Sunday ahead of the start of the game.

She touched down in Los Angeles the day prior, via her private plane, after an estimated 10-hour flight from Tokyo, New York Post reported.

Taylor Swift was in Japan for her latest concert.

What was the outcome of the match?

In an exciting encounter, the Chiefs beat San Francisco 49ers 25-22 to clinch the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

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