Travis Kelce #87 of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates with Taylor Swift after defeating the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship Game at M&T Bank Stadium on Jan. 28, 2024, in Baltimore, Md.
Fresh off her record-breaking fourth Album of the Year win at the 2024 Grammy Awards, Swift was Las Vegas-bound on Feb. 10, following a short string of Eras Tour concerts in Tokyo, so she could watch Kelce play in his fourth Super Bowl in five years.
They’re both at the top of their game, and they have a lot of famous names rooting for their success as a couple, too. Here are celebrities who have voiced support for the Swift-Kelce relationship since the couple went public last fall.
Country star Kenny Chesney said during a recent interview with The Pat McAfee Show that he doesn’t understand why some have been negative about Swift’s relationship with Kelce. “When you find somebody that meets someone and they’re happy, let ‘em be happy,” Chesney said.
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is all in on his teammate’s relationship with the “Blank Space” singer, telling reporters ahead of Super Bowl LVIII that it has been “cool” to see them together. Mahomes’ mother, Randi, is also a fan, as is Mahomes' wife, Brittany, who has become fast friends with Swift.
Sugarland singer Jennifer Nettles indicated her support for Swift’s relationship with Kelce during an interview with People, telling the magazine that she wants Swift to “find love just like everybody else.
“I want the best for them,” Nettles said.
Charlie Puth revealed his true feelings about the Swift-Kelce romance in a comment he left on an Instagram video showing the two embracing on an NFL field. “This is really sweet,” the “Dangerously” pop singer wrote, adding a crying emoji to drive his comment home.
Miles and Keleigh Teller
Two other members of Swift’s friend group who have been spotted alongside her at Chiefs games are Miles Teller and his wife, Keleigh Sperry. The Top Gun: Maverick star confirmed with Parade that they will both be at the Super Bowl to watch the Chiefs play yet again on Feb. 11.