Taylor Swift Cheers on Travis Kelce in a Look That Says, ‘Reputation But Make it Christmas’

She also managed to work Kelce’s number into her Christmas look.

Taylor Swift is in the Christmas spirit at Arrowhead Stadium.

As predicted, Swift has been spotted in Missouri as the Kansas City Chiefs face off against the Las Vegas Raiders on their home turf. Swift has become a regular at her boyfriend’s games since late September, but her entourage looked a little different on December 25.

In a video shared on X.com, Swift can be seen being escorted to her suite by none other than Santa Clause, who rang his bell as the 34-year-old pop star greeted fans with a “Merry Christmas.” Swift’s mom Andrea and little brother Austin were also in attendance, while Kelce’s mom Donna is in Philadelphia for Jason Kelce’s Eagles game.

Swift was dressed in one of her favored plaid miniskirts, which she paired with the black suede bomber jacket with white shearling lining that she recently wore in NYC. She topped the look off with argyle black tights and a half-up hairstyle, which she secured with a sweet black bow. Reputation, but make it Christmas.

Once seated, Swift revealed a festive red sweater underneath her coat and donned her own Santa hat featuring Kelce’s number, ’87.

Earlier this month, it was reported that Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce will spend the holidays together despite his scheduled football games on Christmas and New Year’s Day. “She’ll for sure be at the games,” a source told Page Six, while Kelce himself promised to People that the home game on December 25 would be “a fun one.”

“She’s part of the team,” Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes recently told Nate Burleson on CBS Mornings, noting that despite a “couple of jokes here and there at the beginning,” Swift is a “part of Chiefs Kingdom now.”

He continued, “It’s cool that she’s embraced [my wife Brittany Mahomes], and they’ve built a friendship as well. For me, it’s just Travis, man. He’s lucky enough to be with a great girl and great woman.”

I know that’s right. Merry Swiftmas, everyone.