Taylor Swift kisses boyfriend Travis Kelce in emotional reunion after the Kansas City Chiefs fought back to beat San Francisco 49ers and win the Super Bowl in Las Vegas

A euphoric Travis Kelce kissed his girlfriend Taylor Swift on the field in Las Vegas after winning a stunning Super Bowl for the Kansas City Chiefs against the San Francisco 49ers.

Swift blew kisses to Kelce as he shouted ‘VIVA LAS VEGAS’ in a victory speech with his hands on the Vince Lombardi trophy.

As soon as he left the stage, Kelce went straight to Swift. He first hugged his mother, Donna, before passionately embracing his pop star girlfriend.

“Come here, girl,” Kelce appeared to call out to Swift, who looked close to tears herself, before they hugged and kissed.

The singer rushed back to Vegas from Tokyo, Japan, where she played four straight nights on her Eras tour. Kelce, meanwhile, has had a build-up to the biggest game of all like no other with relentless questions about his girlfriend and the relationship that has taken the world by storm since they went public at a Chiefs game in September.

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce kissed on the field after the Chiefs won the Super Bowl in Vegas

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce kissed on the field after the Chiefs won the Super Bowl in Vegas

Swift looked emotional after cheering Travis to victory in a thrilling Super Bowl

Swift looked emotional after cheering Travis to victory in a thrilling Super Bowl

Kelce yelled 'Viva Las Vegas' as he got his hands on the Vince Lombardi trophy again

Kelce yelled ‘Viva Las Vegas’ as he got his hands on the Vince Lombardi trophy again

Kelce, now a three-time Super Bowl winner, said he wants to win this one more than ever

Kelce, now a three-time Super Bowl winner, said he wants to win this one more than ever

Swift flew back from Japan to cheer on Travis after four consecutive Eras Tour shows

Swift flew back from Japan to cheer on Travis after four consecutive Eras Tour shows

When talking about football, Kelce said he enjoys the “villain” status his team has been branded with.

He also joked that he wanted to win his own piece of silverware after Swift won multiple Grammys in Los Angeles last weekend.

“I want this one more than I’ve ever wanted a Super Bowl in my life,” Kelce said before the game.

But on the night itself in Vegas, Kelce seemed to take that mantra too far in the second quarter, in scenes that would have made even Swift feel uneasy.

Kelce punched and yelled at his coach, 65-year-old Andy Reid, when he left Kelce out of a play in the second quarter that ended with Isiah Pacheco fumbling the ball.

“I keep it between us,” Kelce said when asked after the game about what he told Reid. “I just told him how much I love him.”

The game ended in a 19-19 tie and the 49ers scored a field goal to take a slim three-point lead.

But Mahomes brought his team down the field with the help of right-hander Kelce and found Mecole Hardman for the touchdown that won the Super Bowl.