Swift’s dad, Scott, also made the trip up to the Boston area and, despite being a renowned Philadelphia Eagles fan, he appeared to be wearing a red Chiefs jersey for the occasion.
Scott previously met Travis when the NFL star made the trip down to Argentina to watch her perform her Eras Tour in Buenos Aires and the pair appeared to hit it off as the songstress’s dad wore a Chiefs lanyard.
The Anti-Hero hitmaker wasn’t the only music royalty in attendance as Jon Bon Jovi joined Patriots owner Robert Kraft and rang the pregame bell.
The pop star had touched down into Massachusetts Sunday morning, shielded by several umbrellas as she exited her private jet and made her way to the black SUVs waiting to swiftly deliver her to the game.
Despite the chilly 50F temperatures, Swift donned a black mini skirt with thin opaque tights but added layers with a black coat and a bobble hat in the Chiefs colors, red and white.
Sunday’s game marks the seventh Swift has attended since beginning to date the two-time Super Bowl champion in the summer.
The couple first rocked the NFL when the pop star made a blockbuster appearance at the Chiefs’ rout of the Chicago Bears during Week 3 back in September.
However, Swift revealed to Time Magazine last week that the couple had been quietly dating and had a ‘significant amount of time that no one knew’ before she attended her first game.
The songstress celebrated her 34th birthday with her A-List posse in New York City on Wednesday but headed up to Boston to cheer on her NFL beau once again.
The Chiefs are looking to bounce back from a two-win streak against the 3-10 Patriots Sunday after suffering defeats to the Green Bay Packers and the Buffalo Bills.