Taylor Swift got into the holiday spirit while watching boyfriend Travis Kelce match up against the Las Vegas Raiders.
Christmas looks a little different this year for Taylor Swift.
The pop star, 34, rang in the holiday by cheering on boyfriend Travis Kelce and his Kansas City Chiefs as they took on the Las Vegas Raiders.
Swift, who was joined by her mom Andrea for the game, rocked up to Arrowhead Stadium on Monday sporting a plaid skirt and a cashmere bomber jacket layered over a festive red sweater.
Along with her signature red lipstick, the “Cruel Summer” singer completed the look with a classy black bow in her hair.
She was seen arriving in a golf cart with a big smile on her face as a man dressed as Santa Claus sat beside her ringing a big bell. Her mom was seen waving at fans from the front seat.
Once inside the VIP suite, Swift wore a Santa hat with Kelce’s number 87 on the fur trim.
The Grammy winner wore a festive red sweater while cheering for her boyfriend.
Swift wore a Santa hat with Kelce’s number on the fur.
Swift’s mom, Andrea, was seen arriving in a golf cart with the singer.
Swift’s new bestie, Brittany Mahomes, also wore a Santa hat with her husband quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ number scrawled along the trim.
Yet Swift’s attendance at the divisional matchup doesn’t come as much of a shock.
The 12-time Grammy winner has been to nearly half of Kelce’s games since they first went public with their romance in September and has often with decked out in Chiefs gear.
She also accessorized with a bow.
Swift, 34, has become a regular at Kelce’s games since they started dating over the summer.
She has often rocked Chiefs-themed clothing.
An insider also confirmed to Page Six last week that the “Anti-Hero” singer would be spending both Christmas and New Year’s Eve in Kansas City with Kelce, who has work on both holidays.
“She’ll for sure be at the games,” the source told us.
However, our insider was unable to reveal whether or not Swift was planning to stay in the Midwest in between the games or if she will fly back home.
An insider told us last week that Swift we be in attendance at Kelce’s final two games of the year.
Despite having to play on Christmas Day, Kelce told People last week that he was still planning to celebrate the holiday afterwards.
“It will be a fun one,” the hunky tight end said, keeping mum on his exact plans.
Although he didn’t mention Swift directly, the NFL player said he was excited to spend the day with Chiefs fans — and potentially his brother, Jason Kelce, later in the week.
It’s unclear exactly how the lovebirds are planning to celebrate the holiday after the game.
“It’s always a luxury playing for Kansas City — home and away,” he told the outlet, noting that Jason, who plays for the Philadelphia Eagles, “sent him a text” about getting together once their respective games are over.
Meanwhile, the NFL players’ mom, Donna Kelce, also confirmed that she will be in Philadelphia for the holiday, giving Travis even more incentive to make the trek east.
Although Swift has already met both of Travis’ parents, it appears she has yet to meet his older brother, sister-in-law Kylie and three nieces — Wyatt, 3, Elliotte, 2, and Bennett, who was born in March.
However, Kelce hinted that they had something “fun” in store last week while chatting with People.
Despite celebrating the Yuletide watching football, Swift has been embodying the true spirit of Christmas for weeks now.
Following the Chiefs’ win over the New England Patriots on Dec. 17, the “All Too Well” singer was seen tipping stadium staff very generously. A photo of the singer handing several $100 bills to a staff member in the kitchen quickly made its rounds on social media.
While it’s unclear exactly how much money Swift handed over, most of it was believed to go to her suite’s food runners.