Taylor Swift's $30,000 Cartier necklace fails to break Travis Kelce's Chiefs' losing jinx

Taylor Swift wore Chiefs red for the NFL game at Lambeau Field to cheer Travis Kelce

By Web Desk
December 04, 2023
Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce during a match. — X/cooperneill

Taylor Swift wore a Cartier necklace worth around $30,000 to her last NFL game, but it couldn't help break Travis Kelce's team's, the Kansas City Chiefs, losing jinx as they fell to their fourth loss of the season.

The golden necklace, which is worth half of the average American wage, looked excellent on the Eras Tour singer as she watched her boyfriend, tight end Travis Kelce, perform for the reigning champs.

Swift wore Chiefs red for the NFL game at Lambeau Field on Sunday night, November 4, but the rest of her attire was more modest, consisting of black garments and high boots.

Swift also donned a $2400 McCartney "Belted Red Coat" formerly worn by Brittany Mahomes as she watched her man's team lose 27-19 to the Aaron Rodgers-less Green Bay Packers.

Swift travelled to the game with the wife of the Chiefs' starting quarterback, but they watched the game separately after a quick hug before splitting up for unknown reasons.

It was a bad night for the defending Super Bowl winners, who now have a season record of .666 and will be happy that the Denver Broncos, who are second in their division, did not win either.

Regardless, even when he wasn't at his best, Mahomes was solid. He completed 63.6% of his passes for 210 yards and one touchdown, but he was also sacked three times (his season high) and threw an interception.

Kelce had a relatively quiet night in Green Bay, as he only attended four receptions, with most of the work being handled by Rashee Rice. He gained 81 yards (an average of 20.3) on those four catches, but he did not score a touchdown.

It was the tight end's third quiet night of the season, and it's never a good moment for one of your key players to lose their flow, so the Chiefs' head coach will have to find out how to get him back in shape.