Pop giant at the Super Bowl
Taylor Swift gets booed and drinks a beer on ex
February 12, 2024, 2:25 a.m
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Straight from a series of concerts in Tokyo, Taylor Swift traveled to the Super Bowl to support her boyfriend Travis Kelce. But not all fans in the stadium are happy about their presence. She responds to boos with a quite surprising beer campaign.
Pop superstar Taylor Swift was booed at the Super Bowl in Las Vegas. After Swift, who was watching the game live from a box, was shown on a stadium screen, many in attendance booed. Swift then emptied the drink cup she was holding in one go and then slammed it on the table in front of her. Swift was previously shown on screen during the NFL Finals between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers. There were also boos and cheers.
Swift is in a relationship with Chiefs pro Travis Kelce. At Allegiant Stadium, the 49ers supporters had the upper hand acoustically. During the television broadcast of the game, it was seen, among other things, how Swift had swayed to the song “America the Beautiful” performed by musician Post Malone in the box with actress Blake Lively before the game began.
Around two hours before the game began, NFL published a video on X (formerly Twitter) showing Swift arriving at the stadium with musician Ice Spice and Lively. Swift wore dark pants and a dark top with a red jacket over her shoulder.
Whether Swift would make it to Las Vegas in time for Super Bowl LVIII has been a big topic since the Chiefs qualified. She played a concert in Tokyo on Saturday evening. Because of the big time difference and with the help of a private jet, she had already arrived in Los Angeles on Saturday. From there it is about a 70-minute flight to the gambling metropolis in the US state of Nevada.
Swift and Kelce have been dating since last year. The 34-year-old attended numerous Chiefs games in the stadium and brought a lot of attention to the National Football League. Many of Swift’s millions of fans watch NFL games. According to one study, the artist has brought the league and the Chiefs a marketing equivalent of $331 million since September.