The pop star arrived at Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium alongside pal Brittany Mahomes, wife of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, and her BFF Sperry, Miles Teller's wife
On Sunday afternoon, the singer, 34, arrived at Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium to cheer for Travis, 34, alongside his loved ones (including his brother, Jason Kelce!) and her fellow WAGs during the AFC Championship game.
Of course, Brittany Mahomes, the wife of the Chiefs quarterback and Travis' close friend Patrick Mahomes, arrived alongside Swift, as well as the singer's BFF Keleigh Sperry, wife of Miles Teller, and pal Cara Delevingne.
Though they have not yet been spotted, Travis' mom Donna Kelce and Jason's wife Kylie Kelce are also expected to attend to watch Travis and the Kansas City Chiefs battle with the Baltimore Ravens for a chance to play in the Super Bowl.
The Chiefs have an uphill battle to victory in Baltimore, as the Ravens have the best record in the division at 14-4 while Kansas City's record stands at 13-6. Travis' team does, however, have a current record of 8-3 with the "Karma" singer in attendance, so from a Swiftie perspective, the odds are in his favor.
No matter the outcome, Travis's entire entourage is sure to add style and surprise — and maybe some shirtless chaos — to the atmosphere in Baltimore.
At last week's game against the Buffalo Bills, Jason, 36, took his shirt off and went a bit wild in the stands, but he also helped a young Swiftie say hello to her idol.
While interacting with spectators at the game, Jason spotted a fan with a very colorful sign sitting in the section where his box with Swift was located.
“Buffalo Bills + Taylor Swift = Best First Game Ever," Ella's colorful sign read, decorated in shades of blue and red and featuring a picture of Swift and the Bills' logo.
Jason decided to up the ante and try to make it one of the most memorable days of the 8-year-old girl's life.
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The Philidelphia Eagles center then picked her up and carried her to the window of the private box so she could wave hello to her idol and show her the sign. Afterward, he also snapped a picture with the young fan.
"Ella sat in shock the remainder of the game, and I was also so excited about the interaction as a Swiftie myself," the girl's mother, Jessica Piazza, told PEOPLE of the surreal experience in an interview.
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