Taylor Swift takes Off to Las Vegas to watch Travis Kelce play in Super Bowl LVIII

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Taylor Swift is set to fly to Las Vegas on a private jet! And it’s just in time, too, because Super Bowl LVIII is about to start!

Taylor Swift has decided to hop on her plane and fly out of LA, and heading to Sin City to see her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, the Chiefs take on the San Francisco 49ers at Allegiant Stadium.

Taylor Swift’s identity was covered by umbrellas, as usual, as she boarded her private jet. And by the looks of it… him and her peeps, rolling with them in Chiefs gear.

Taylor Swift should be arriving in Las Vegas soon, and from the looks of it, her motorcycle is waiting in Vegas. They have a brigade of SUVs, as if they were POTUS! We think we can’t cut Taylor Swift any slack, because she’s American royalty.

Taylor Swift’s trip to Las Vegas is an exciting opportunity, where she will have the chance to rock her head on the biggest stage in American sports. As we reported, she’ll be in a private suite with her fam and Travis’ brood too, no question.

People are glued to their screens to see when Taylor will land in Vegas. And now, it looks like they’re pretty much at the finish line. The flight time from LA will be approximately 45 minutes.

Their participation in the Super Bowl is a fairy tale coming full circle. Their NFL journey has been one for the ages, and it will either end in pure bliss with a W, or something else.

At any rate, we’re all ready to see how it goes, and we’re sure Travis Kelce will be happy too.

The game is right around the corner, starting at 3:30 PM PT, and the Taylor are about to take Vegas by storm. We’re sure it’s going to be a circus, but she can’t handle anything. And as usual, she’s arriving at the 11th hour, but will be fine in time regardless.

Here we go!

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