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There is some animosity between Taylor Swift and the NFL referees overseeing Sunday’s Travis Kelce game.

This Sunday afternoon at Gillette Stadium, the pop star, 34, supported her boyfriend, 34-year-old Kelce, and the Kansas City Chiefs as they played the New England Patriots. However, she wasn’t pleased with every call.


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When the tight end’s defender failed to earn a call for pass interference, the pop star leaped to her feet and yelled.

Taylor Swift Is Not Happy with a No-Call on Travis Kelce Play During Chiefs vs. Patriots Game

Taylor Swift screamed F-bomb or “flag” for Travis Kelce in Chiefs – Patriots?

Taylor Swift responds to a play by Travis Kelce that went uncalled during the Kansas City Chiefs’ game on December 17.


The tight end was facing a third-down play from Patriots cornerback Myles Bryant when he failed to catch a pass from Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes at the beginning of the third quarter.

Following that, Kelce raised his hands and turned to face the referees, appearing displeased that they had not called pass interference on Bryant. Swift was just as, if not more, incensed.

A video posted by EPSN reveals that the “Karma” singer, who was watching the game from a suite, got up and yelled something while gesturing toward the field following the no-call.

The singer, her father Scott Swift, and Brittany Mahomes were in the same box as Alana Haim, who witnessed the Chiefs-Patriots game. Alana Haim also looked irate over the third-quarter no-call, raising her hands in frustration.


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Along with her father Scott Swift and Brittany Mahomes, Taylor Swift supported Travis Kelce and the Chiefs.

Fortunately, the Chiefs managed to convert the drive into a score, and a field goal just seconds later increased their four-point advantage to seven points.

Call or no call, Kelce and the Chiefs achieved what they had hoped for, holding onto their advantage and defeating the Patriots 27-17.



Swift’s presence occurs only one week after she cheered for her NFL player lover at the Chiefs’ game against the Buffalo Bills at Arrowhead Stadium.

In contrast to the Patriots game, the game on December 10 ended in tragedy when a play by Kelce that would have resulted in a score was called back because of a penalty. After that, the Chiefs were unable to score and were defeated 20–17 by the New York squad.

Swift disclosed in her Time 2023 Person of the Year interview, which was released on December 6, that she has grown fond of football after going to a few Chiefs games to cheer for Kelce.

The “Anti-Hero” singer told the magazine, “I’ve been missing out my entire life. Turns out, football is awesome.”

The NFL and the Chiefs expressed their admiration for her newly discovered passion of the game on X (previously Twitter), with the AFC West-leading team saying, “We tend to have that effect on people.”


In a different segment of the interview, Swift attested to the fact that she began to receive more attention during games on September 24, the day she attended her first Chiefs game.

Swift claimed in the Time article that she had no influence over this, despite the fact that some football fans at the time expressed their disgust at seeing the “Cruel Summer” singer during games.

Swift remarked, “I don’t know how they know what suite I’m in.” “I don’t know if I’m being shown 17 times or once because there’s a camera like, a half mile away, and you don’t know where it is or when the camera is putting you in the broadcast.”

The singer went to the games to support her partner rather than to make an appearance on television.


She told Time, “I’m just there to support Travis. I don’t know if I’m being shown too much and annoying some dads, Brads, and Chads.”

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