Taylor Swift was seen cheering Travis Kelce as the "Lavender Haze" singer sat in a box while the Kansas City Chiefs tight end and his club battled the Green Bay Packers in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Swift, clad in a bright red coat, was seen taking shots of the pitch. A fan-shared video on X (previously Twitter) shows the Grammy winner going about the box, filming himself.
Swift was joined by Brittany Mahomes, the partner of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
A source told People last week that the pair was the "real deal."
“They're still a little shocked by all of it — that he's dating the Taylor Swift, but they've seen how down to earth she is with his friends and family," the source close to the Kansas City Chiefs star said exclusively.
According to the source, the connection is "growing" since Travis and the music superstar have both achieved success in their own fields — and they continue to admire one another's achievements.
“They're both really hard workers, and he acknowledges her art is hers, and he has what's his,” the source told People. “He understands the territory their relationship comes with and like he said, isn't letting any of the hoopla impact how they're growing together.”
The source concluded, “Their relationship is about the two of them, and he sees Taylor for who she is and vice versa."
Travis travelled to Buenos Aires, Argentina, last month to see Taylor perform on her Eras Tour. Travis met her father for the first time there.
Travis and Jason addressed how things went in South America on an episode of the "New Heights" with Jason and Travis Kelce (Presented by Wave Sports + Entertainment) podcast a few days later.
Jason also chastised Travis for leaving Scott "hanging" when he didn't return a high-five after Taylor rewrote the lyrics of "Karma" to include a mention to the Chiefs tight end.
“Yeah, Mr Swift, I apologise big guy,” Travis said. “Aw, man. I missed that. I never miss a high-five, too. Big high-five guy. It’s the most electric thing you can do at an event and so — sorry Swift.”
Of the lyric change, Travis said he “had a little bit of a clue” that there was something coming, but once he “heard it come out of her mouth, [it] still shocked me.”
“I was like, ‘Oh, she really just said that.’"
Travis's parents recently claimed that they've become Swifties after previously not being big fans of the megastar.
Last month, Donna Kelce told People she would “not” describe herself as a Swiftie as she shared, "My era was Earth, Wind and Fire, Chaka Khan, things like that. That's more my music.”