TOKYO, JAPAN – Despite a packed schedule of performances on her record-smashing Eras Tour in Tokyo, pop music icon Taylor Swift is determined to attend the Super Bowl LVIII to support her beau, Travis Kelce, the star tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs. Swift’s commitment has sparked speculation among fans over how she will make it from her concert in Tokyo to the Super Bowl in Las Vegas the following day.
The Japanese embassy reassured the public, affirming that Swift can comfortably make the journey from Tokyo to Las Vegas in time for the Super Bowl, despite the 12-hour flight and 17-hour time difference. The embassy, filled with fans themselves, even included puns on Swift’s song titles in their statement. Swift’s upcoming concert in Tokyo is scheduled for 6 p.m. local time on February 10, and her shows tend to last about four hours, leaving her plenty of time to fly back to the U.S. on the night of February 10.
Swift’s dedication to attending the Super Bowl comes amidst the massive success of her tour, which is expected to bring in nearly $2 billion, along with the release of a film of her musical journey. She is also on track to potentially break the record for most Album of the Year wins at the upcoming Grammy Awards. In addition to her musical achievements, Swift has also drawn attention for her burgeoning romance with Kelce and her support of his NFL career, attending multiple games and even embracing Kelce on the field following a recent victory.
The overwhelming excitement and curiosity surrounding Swift’s planned attendance at the Super Bowl demonstrates not only her immense popularity but also the interest sparked by her relationship with Kelce and her ongoing success in the music industry. With fans eagerly anticipating her presence at the game, Swift’s commitment to cheering on Kelce and the Chiefs has become a widely discussed topic across social media platforms.