Taylor Swift appeared on the field at M&T Bank Stadium to commemorate Travis Kelce's significant victory with multiple kisses and a hug.

Following the Kansas City Chiefs' 17-10 triumph over the favored Baltimore Ravens in a thrilling AFC Championship game on January 28th, the pop star joined his family in stepping onto the field to congratulate the team.

She greeted her boyfriend on the field, and cameras captured the couple sharing a few kisses and embracing.


The "Karma" singer then seemed to indicate something in the crowd, as shown in a video of the interaction shared on the NFL on CBS X account.

Travis Kelce also embraced his father, Ed Kelce.

The Chiefs, who will next contend against either the Detroit Lions or the San Francisco 49ers at the Super Bowl on February 11th in Las Vegas, were honored with the AFC Championship trophy in a ceremonial presentation.

Following speeches from quarterback Patrick Mahomes, coach Andy Reid, and Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt regarding the challenges they encountered throughout the season en route to the Super Bowl, it was Travis Kelce's moment to address the audience.

The tight end celebrated with his trademark catchphrase, a tribute to the Beastie Boys.

"You gotta fight for your right to party!" he cheered, as Swift smiled from the crowd.

Travis Kelce also gave a shoutout to NFL legend Jerry Rice, whose postseason catch record he surpassed during Sunday's game, as he accepted the trophy.

Afterward, he reunited with his girlfriend, and they exchanged a few more kisses and hugs.

Jason Kelce, whom fans noticed cheering for his brother's team alongside the rest of the family, also celebrated his younger brother's victory on the field.

The Philadelphia Eagle, sporting a Chiefs hat and Hawaiian shirt, shared an intimate moment with the Chiefs tight end.

The two embraced, and Travis Kelce appeared to become emotional as his older brother whispered in his ear.

"Finish it. Finish this," Jason Kelce said. "I love you so much."

Swift's "Eras Tour" resumes in Tokyo, Japan, the same week as the Super Bowl, but it's possible for her to attend and support the Chiefs.

Swifties will have to wait and see if the singer can make it.

NFL fans will find out in two weeks if the Chiefs can secure back-to-back Super Bowl victories, a feat not achieved since the New England Patriots won the Vince Lombardi trophy in 2004 and 2005.