As most Swifties know, the number 13 holds a special significance to Taylor Swift, with the pop star long calling it her lucky number.
Taylor often leaves Easter egg references to the number in subliminal messages to fans and her birthday also falls on December 13.
With all eyes on Taylor as she flew into Vegas from Tokyo to support her boyfriend, Kansas City Chiefs player Travis Kelce at the 2024 Super Bowl, fans have pointed out that her attendance at the Super Bowl game just happens to be her 13th game attended since she started dating Travis. Coincidence?
Taylor's arrival to the match was hotly anticipated with many seeing it as a potential good luck sign for the Chiefs to take out the Super Bowl match.
Why is Taylor Swift's 13 so lucky? And why does it matter for the Super Bowl?
Taylor has previously spoken out about the significance of the number 13 saying: 'I was born on the 13th. I turned 13 on Friday the 13th. My first album went gold in 13 weeks. My first No. 1 song had a 13-second intro,” Taylor said. “Every time I’ve won an award I’ve been seated in either the 13th seat, the 13th row, the 13th section or row M, which is the 13th letter.”
It’s okay Taylor Swift remember it’s your 13th game we got this
— ☆A☆ (@the13manuscript) February 12, 2024
As for the connection to the Super Bowl, eagle-eyed fans have figured out a few ways Taylor's lucky number has been connected to the big game, such as the Roman numeral for this year's Super Bowl being LVIIL, which equates to 58... and breaking it down, 5+8 = 13.
Then the date of this year's Super Bowl is technically February 11, which can be written as 11/2. What is 2+11? 13, of course.
And then there's the Chiefs opponents, the 49ers... and 4+9=13. The Chiefs have won 13 games with Travis in 2023, and, of course, as previously mentioned the Super Bowl will be Taylor's 13th game.
So will the lucky number 13 help the Chiefs win? We'll have to wait and see.
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