Taylor Swift has been spotted at the Super Bowl in Las Vegas, accompanied by well-known companions Blake Lively and Ice Spice, as seen in stadium footage.
The singer, who is in a relationship with Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs, arrived just in time following her performance on Saturday night in Japan.
Thousands of people followed her voyage online as it traveled from Tokyo to Los Angeles.
Swift recently made a threat to sue a student who follows her private jet and posts information about it online.
Many had wondered which friends and family she would invite to witness the big game on Sunday.
Her parents, Andrea and Scott Swift, may be seen with her in a stadium video. In another, Swift can be seen extending a greeting to Jason Kelce, the brother of NFL player Travis Kelce.
The Japanese embassy in the US joined the discussion on Swift’s Super Bowl performance earlier this month.
“If she departs Tokyo in the evening after her concert, she should comfortably arrive in Las Vegas before the Super Bowl begins,” the embassy said.
Swift is believed to have returned to the US in time to visit her house in Los Angeles before traveling to Sin City, thanks to the 17-hour time difference between Tokyo and Los Angeles.
According to digital marketing company Yard, Swift topped the list of celebrities with the biggest CO2 emissions from private jets in 2022.
Since she started dating tight end Travis Kelce, Swift has regularly attended games, and she is recognized for having introduced thousands of new fans to the game.
“The viewership for this game is on a seemingly inexorable march toward more viewers, and this year Taylor Swift may be playing the role of drum major,” Prof Daniel Ladik, chief methodologist for the poll said.
As the defending champions prepare to play in their fourth Super Bowl in five years, many hope that Swift’s presence will inspire them as well.
Regarding Swift’s most recent achievement at the Grammy Awards—where she made history by being the first person to win the coveted Album of the Year award four times—Kelce stated he hopes to take home the same trophy as her.
“She’s rewriting the history books herself,” he said.
“I told her I’d have to hold up my end of the bargain and come home with some hardware, too,” he added.