Taylor Swift is back in Kansas City.
Swift’s private jet touched down at the Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport after taking off from Florida two hours earlier.
Swifties swooned over the news of the flight, with one speculating via Instagram that Kelce, 34, picked up the Grammy winner, 33, in his Rolls-Royce.
Another paraphrased Swift’s viral lyric change from her Nov. 11 performance of “Karma” in Buenos Aires, which the Kansas City Chiefs tight end attended, writing, “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs waiting for you to come straight home to him.”
A third gushed, “yay she’s off for almost the rest of football season.”
The latter comment referenced Swift’s Eras Tour schedule, as the songwriter has wrapped up her 2023 dates and does not start her Tokyo leg until February 2024.
Swift has been in South America since leaving New York City on Nov. 16.
The entertainer struggled to perform in extreme temperatures the following day — and one of her concertgoers, a 23-year-old named Ana Clara Benevides, went into cardiac arrest and died during the show.
The next day’s concert was postponed due to the weather.
Swift, who left for Rio de Janeiro after the rescheduled performance, was “so grateful” to Kelce for being a “huge support” to her after Benevides’ death, a source told Us Weekly.
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The “devastated” songstress expressed her condolences to Benevides’ family in person at her final show Sunday.
As for Kelce, the athlete played against his brother, Jason Kelce, last weekend — with the Chiefs losing to the Philadelphia Eagles.
After spending his Thanksgiving eating KFC solo, the “Catching Kelce” alum won against the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday.
It is unclear how long Swift plans to stay in Kansas City with her beau and whether she will attend his Dec. 3 game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field in Wisconsin.
Carol Dennis is an entertainment aficionado with an eye for all things pop culture. She dives into the glitz and glamour of the entertainment industry, from movie premieres to music festivals. Carol’s passion for storytelling extends beyond her reporting, as she’s an aspiring screenwriter in her free time.