The couple declared each other the "prince" and "princess" in the song before sealing the moment with a smooch
After clinching an exciting 25-22 win over the San Francisco 49ers in the 2024 Super Bowl on Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs headed to XS Nightclub at Wynn Las Vegas to celebrate their victory — and dance to some Swift throwbacks, of course.
In videos shared by Swift fans on X (formerly Twitter), the couple can be seen dancing to the song not once, but twice.
In one clip, they jump along to a remix of the track, serenading each other with the lyrics, including “You’ll be the prince and I’ll be the princess,” while pointing to each other.
After claiming each of the song’s royal roles, Kelce leaned in for a kiss. The singer — who was wearing his sparkly Amiri jacket — obliged, wrapping her arms around the NFL star.
In a different video taken inside the club, the couple danced to the track again, further fueling the rom-com couple comparisons by, once again, sealing the sweet moment with a smooch.
Clips of the moment show the star tight end searching for Swift during the “see” in “Why can’t you see you belong with me?” before dedicating the latter half of the lyric to his Grammy winner girlfriend.
Swift, located somewhere in the crowd, can be seen reciprocating the love, pointing to Kelce in the booth as she sings the catchy chorus.
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Though sweet, Swift and Kelce’s after party kisses weren’t their first of the eventful evening.
After the Chiefs' exciting overtime win, the player and pop star celebrated his big win with a romantic on-field smooch.
And, in a post-game press conference, Kelce declared that given both his and Swift’s eventful years, the couple is “on top of the world” right now.
"Man, it's on top of the world right now, baby,” he told reporters, adding: “It's a good feeling.”
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