Everything in America today revolves around Super Bowl 58. The game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers is not in the spotlight and even the Halftime Show is not very interesting. It's only about one person: Taylor Swift.
The singer, perhaps the most popular in the world today, is in a relationship with Travis Kelce. He is tight end The Kansas City Chiefs and since their relationship, millions of eyes have been on him. The only question was: Will Swift make it to the Super Bowl?
Just a few more nights of sleep and the dessert of the NFL season will come: Super Bowl 58. On Sunday, February 11, the title holder Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers will face each other. Below you'll find everything you need to know about Super Bowl 58, including Taylor Swift's race against time.
Performance in Japan
On Saturday evening, the singer was still on the other side of the world. She performed in Japan and then took a twelve-hour flight back to America. It was to her advantage that the time difference worked in her favor to achieve this on paper.
So all eyes were on the airport in Japan. Will Quick arrive on time to catch his flight home? Although Japanese aid was diligent, Swift almost certainly showed up at the airport, protected by umbrellas to keep her out of sight. Everything was caught on camera.
Unrecognizable because of the umbrellas
A few hours later, cameras in America also started working. The private jet landed at the Los Angeles airport and once again umbrellas were brought to make the mystery person unrecognizable. But when you try so hard to hide someone, it almost becomes an open secret who it is.
American media believe it was Swift who landed and was quickly carried away behind umbrellas. It was very early on a Sunday morning (Dutch time) in Los Angeles. Good thing Swift made it to the Super Bowl.
Will Taylor Swift make it to the Super Bowl?
She landed around 3:30 p.m. US time, which means she'll get a full night's sleep before the Super Bowl starts. The NFL Grand Finals start on Monday evening at 12:30 Dutch time (Sunday afternoon at 15:30 Las Vegas time). So all Swift needs to do is get from Los Angeles to Las Vegas, and the biggest question that has been plaguing America for weeks will finally come to an end: Will Taylor Swift make it to the Super Bowl? The answer seems easier than expected: yes.
So Travis Kelce doesn't have to celebrate or mourn the end of Super Bowl 58 alone.