Taylor Swift is the most popular Kansas City Chiefs fan in the world right now.
Ahead of Sunday’s big Super Bowl showdown between the Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers, she has been in the headlines endlessly.
Between the wardrobe malfunction she suffered during a recent show, the amount of screentime she is expected to get at the Super Bowl, and her being spotted getting frisky with Travis Kelce in the backseat of their car, it has been one thing after another for her.
On Sunday, ahead of the big game, a video went viral of Swift accidentally flashing the crowd during a concert that occurred prior to this year’s Super Bowl:
Taylor Swift wardrobe malfunction full video. Look closely and you will see something they don’t want you to see! pic.twitter.com/NT0TgTpl9n
— Matt Wallace (@MattWallace888) February 10, 2024
For the most part, fans were nonplussed.
Oh no. Granny panties.
*Faints in Scottish*
— Sarah Fields (@SarahisCensored) February 10, 2024
Umm I’m thinking that’s fake butt underwear. pic.twitter.com/0HxGGIKsOc
— stephen 1 (@Deadon775) February 10, 2024
Taylor Swift lives rent free in your heads. 🍿
— Art Candee 🍿🥤 (@ArtCandee) February 10, 2024
This has been a hectic week for folks involved with both of the teams in this year’s Super Bowl. A San Francisco 49ers cheerleader, for example, had her private photos leak out on Saturday night.
Beyond that, Brittany Mahomes had something of a frosty encounter with Jackson Mahomes that could make Patrick Mahomes’ family section at the Super Bowl quite awkward on Sunday.
Molly Qerim Can’t Keep Hands Off Usher At Super Bowl Party: https://t.co/NTAVjzMRHB
— Game 7 (@game7__) February 10, 2024
One way or another, this weekend’s showdown between the Chiefs and Niners figures to be full of fireworks.
And it is a virtual lock that Swift will be shown a ton on TV as the game chugs along.
What major Swift-related storylines will emerge Monday morning following the Super Bowl? Time will tell.
A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.