Taylor Swift WILL be at the Super Bowl if Travis Kelce and the Chiefs make it to Las Vegas despite performing her Eras Tour in Tokyo the night before, NFL insider claims
- Taylor Swift attended a total of 12 Chiefs games, including the AFC title game
- The Chiefs must defeat the top seeded Ravens to qualify for the Super Bowl
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Taylor Swift plans to be in Las Vegas if the Chiefs qualify for the Super Bowl, despite a concert the night before in Tokyo.
On Sunday, ESPN’s Ian Rapoport reported that Swift is willing to fulfill both singer and cheerleader duties by flying all the way from Asia if the situation calls for it. He also explained how time zones can allow this feat of travel to be successful.
“No question, the biggest question heading into this game: If the Chiefs win, will Taylor Swift be at the Super Bowl?” Rapoport said on NFL Game Day. “Sources say yes.”
‘Now she does have a concert on Saturday, February 10th at 6pm in Tokyo, how in the world could she get to the game? Let me introduce you to something called the International Date Line.’
“Tokyo is 17 hours ahead,” Rapoport continued. ‘That means this concert starts at 1am Vegas time (on) the same day. Let’s say it’s a five-hour concert, around 11:00 p.m. local, which is 6:00 a.m., still Saturday, in Las Vegas. Just think of a 12-hour flight, maybe she leaves about an hour later.’
Taylor Swift plans to be at the Super Bowl in Las Vegas if the Kansas City Chiefs beat Baltimore
Swift will have to fly all the way from a concert in Tokyo, Japan the night before the big game
Travis Kelce and the Chiefs must get past the Baltimore Ravens to qualify for the Super Bowl
“Taylor Swift could still get to the Super Bowl on Saturday night around 7 or 8 p.m., just in time to party,” Rapoport said.
Whether or not Swift has to make the jump from the Eastern Hemisphere to the West Coast all depends on Sunday’s outcome as the Chiefs take on a tough task in the Baltimore Ravens.
The Ravens secured the top seed in the AFC this season with a 13-4 record before defeating the Houston Texans in the divisional playoffs.
Baltimore is led by quarterback Lamar Jackson’s MVP-caliber season as he leads the team in rushing and passing yards. The Ravens also got a boost for the conference championship with tight end Mark Andrews set to return from an ankle injury.
On the other hand, the Chiefs finished with an 11-6 record before defeating the Miami Dolphins and the Buffalo Bills in the postseason to qualify for Sunday’s game.
Swift has now played in 12 games, including the championship game in Baltimore.