Taylor Swift is the biggest pop star in music at the moment and there seems to be no limit to her popularity.
She has also now crossed over to be one of the biggest news stories in the NFL due to her relationship with Super Bowl bound Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.
And now Taylor Swift just uttered three words that had all of America finally on her side.
The Kansas City Chiefs advanced to Super Bowl LVIII with an exciting and close 17-10 victory against the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC championship game.
And to no one’s surprise pop music megastar Taylor Swift was there cheering on her new favorite football team.
Soon after Swift started dating Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce the cameras continually cut to her in a luxury box at Chief games cheering on Kelce every time he caught a pass or made a play.
And that meant Swift was on camera a lot during the AFC Championship game, as Kelce hauled in 11 passes for 116 yards and a touchdown.
And it turns out even Swift was fed up with seeing her face on television over and over again.
At one point in the first half of the game play-by-play man Jim Nantz was giving a promo for the upcoming Grammy Awards even as the cameras focused in on Swift milling around her suite.
But then something different took place.
America watched in delight as Swift, after seeing herself on the screen, turned to the CBS camera and said, “Go away please.”
— Dan Johnson (@DanDanoDeege) January 28, 2024
As the Super Bowl approaches, the Taylor Swift hysteria is only going to get worse.
In fact there seems to be as much talk about Swift’s schedule as there is about the game itself.
Swift is scheduled to perform a concert in Japan the night before the Super Bowl and the press is already trying to figure out her itinerary to travel from Japan to Las Vegas so she can get to the stadium in time to watch Kelce and the Chiefs kick off against the 49ers in a rematch from Super Bowl LIV.
Taylor Swift performs in Japan the night before the Super Bowl. It will end around 10pm Tokyo time (5 am Las Vegas time).
The flight from Tokyo to Vegas takes 12 hours, meaning Swift can arrive at 5pm local on the day before the Super Bowl, 25 hours, 35 mins before kickoff.
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) January 28, 2024
The prospect of a Taylor Swift appearance at the Super Bowl combined with the star-studded game featuring superstar Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes means this is likely to be the most watched “Big Game” in history.
And while many of Swift’s detractors are pulling for the 49ers to win, Swift’s three words to the CBS cameras have given her more support than ever.
That’s because Swift said the three words all Americans would love to say to the mainstream media.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.