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Taylor Swift at the Super Bowl booth to cheer on the Chiefs, after traveling from Tokyo to attend Super Bowl 2024 in Vegas

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For anyone worried about Taylor Swift getting there power Eighty-eight, you don't have to worry anymore. The 14-time Grammy Award winner landed at Los Angeles International Airport on Saturday afternoon CBS News She made her way to Las Vegas, arriving in Sin City in time for the big game.

It's officially at Allegiant Stadiumshowing off an all-black look and what appears to be a Chiefs jacket.

Swift is cheering on her superstar boyfriend Travis Kelce and his Kansas City Chiefs, as they are scheduled to take on the San Francisco 49ers at Allegiant Stadium. She was joined by actress Blake Lively and rapper Ice Spice, and later joined in the suite by Travis' brother, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce.

Swift was traveling from Tokyo, after her Japanese stop on the “Tour of the Ages”. Thanks to time zones, she had enough time to return to cheer on No. 87. The match is scheduled for 6:30 PM ET, and Swift will be present in a booth, according to the report.

Private jet parking spaces in Las Vegas They're booked for the weekend, according to the Associated Press, so there's a good chance Swift will drive from Los Angeles to power location. The flight from Los Angeles International Airport to Allegiant Stadium takes just under five hours, giving it plenty of time to arrive.

Swift boarded a private plane at Haneda Airport after her concert. Her party reportedly ended around 9:12 PM Japan time, which is 4:12 AM PT on Saturday.

The superstar singer has attended 12 of Kelce's games already this season, and was often seen in the suite with his mother, Donna Kelce, and his brother, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce. After the Chiefs' AFC Championship win over the Baltimore Ravens, Swift was on the field celebrating and could return to the field after the game, if things go Kansas City's way.

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power LVIII will air on CBS, with a family-friendly version set to air Nickelodeon And flow on Paramount+.

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