Is Taylor Swift at the Super Bowl? Updates on if star is watching Travis Kelce in Super Bowl 58

Are you ready for it?

The biggest event of the NFL season is finally here with Super Bowl 58. Stars from all around the world will be in Las Vegas to see a rematch of the 2020 championship game.

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The most enticing parts of the game leading up to the 6:30 p.m. ET kickoff don’t even have anything to do with who’s on the field, especially in the entertainment capital of the world. While the spotlights will eventually turn to the Chiefs and 49ers, they’ll start in the stands first.

And of course, the biggest question is: Will she be there?

The Sporting News has the latest updates on Taylor Swift at the Super Bowl.

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Is Taylor Swift at the Super Bowl?

For the 13th and final time this season, Swift will be at a game for her guy on the Chiefs, star tight end Travis Kelce.

It’s not like any other gameday for her, though. It’s a little more complicated to fly across the world in one day.

The singer performed four concerts in Japan the week leading up to the Super Bowl. Her final tour date in Tokyo came Saturday, the day before the Super Bowl.

No need to worry, though. With a 17-hour time difference between Tokyo and Vegas, the singer was able to land just over 24 hours before the game. Her jet landed at around 6:34 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. PT) in Los Angeles, giving her ample time to get to Las Vegas. Japan itself made sure of that, as the embassy released a statement that said Swift’s getaway plane will arrive in Nevada in time.

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She then made the much shorter trek from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. Jet tracker Jack Sweeney had a plane connected to Swift as landing at 12:55 p.m. PT (3:55 p.m. ET) just outside of the Nevada city.

“Taylor Swift is in Las Vegas,” NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported. “She has made it. Taylor Swift is here. She has flown from Tokyo, where she had a concert, to LAX, to Vegas.”

Rapoport also reported that Swift is expected to watch the game from a suite at Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium.

The singer has made the trip from a foreign country to the States in time for a game before, doing so during the South American leg of her tour.

Swift and her team, though, can’t prepare for unexpected emergencies. She was planning to go to the Eagles-Chiefs game in November, seeing she’s a Philly native and Kelce’s brother Jason plays for the Eagles. But heat waves in Brazil resulted in the death of a fan, so Swift rescheduled one of her shows for that Sunday, causing her to miss the game.

MORE: A timeline of Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce, from concert to Super Bowl 58

Fortunately, the pop star is known for playing through the elements in order to avoid disappointing her fans. During an Eras Tour stop in Boston last May, Swift performed her three-hour concert through a rain storm.

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