Taylor Swift sends Super Bowl crowd wild as she chugs her drink live on the jumbotron in Las Vegas… before slamming empty cup down and celebrating!

  • She knocked back a drink to the delight of the crowd at Allegiant Stadium
  • Swift has had a whirlwind journey these past few days getting to the Super Bowl
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  • Pop superstar Taylor Swift sent the crowd at Super Bowl LVIII into hysterics after she was seen downing a drink while on the jumbotron at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

    Video shows the ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ singer knocking back her drink before emphatically setting it down in front of her.

    She’s in the crowd watching her husband, Travis Kelce, and the Kansas City Chiefs take on the San Francisco 49ers.

    Taylor jetted across the Pacific Ocean after completing a stop in Tokyo on her ‘Eras’ tour earlier this week.

    She took off from Japan immediately after the show and made her way back to the United States – landing in Los Angeles the day before the big game.

    Taylor Swift was spotted knocking back a drink on the jumbotron at Super Bowl LVIII

    Taylor Swift was spotted knocking back a drink on the jumbotron at Super Bowl LVIII

    Taylor Swift landed in Las Vegas, two and a half hours before the Super Bowl.  Pictured is her private jet in LA shortly before she took off.

    Taylor Swift landed in Las Vegas, two and a half hours before the Super Bowl. Pictured is her private jet in LA shortly before she took off.

    She arrived at Allegiant Stadium flanked by friends and meeting the Kelce family

    She arrived at Allegiant Stadium flanked by friends and meeting the Kelce family

    After a stop at her home in California, she made her way to Las Vegas, landing just hours before the game began.

    She arrived with rapper Ice Spice, actress Blake Lively and longtime friend Ashley Avignone.

    At halftime, the Kansas City Chiefs trailed San Francisco by a score of 10-3.

    The Niners struck first with a field goal, then extended their lead with a double-pass trick play that had wide receiver Jauan Jennings throw it to Christian McCaffrey for a screen pass.