Taylor Swift has missed the past two Kansas City Chiefs games. Both were “away games” – one in Denver and one in Germany, so that’s probably the explanation. Taylor seems to prefer going to home games in Kansas City. Speaking of, Taylor is getting in good with the other Chiefs WAGs. Taylor quickly befriended Brittany Mahomes (wife of Patrick) but Taylor went even further than that, inviting other Chiefs WAGs to her New York apartment to watch the Chiefs on Sunday.
Travis Kelce and the Chiefs were playing across the pond, but Taylor Swift and her fellow Kansas City wives and girlfriends still showed support for their men on Sunday … with a group of ladies making their way to the singer’s NYC apartment to tune in to the game!!
Former Chiefs backup quarterback Shane Buechele’s wife, Paige, and tight end Blake Bell’s partner, Lyndsay, were all smiles after K.C. pulled off the 21-14 win over the Miami Dolphins in Germany … exiting Taylor’s TriBeCa pad following the matchup.
Patrick and Brittany Mahomes’ good pal Miranda Hogue — whose hubby, Summitt, played alongside the two-time Super Bowl champ at Texas Tech — was also present for the watch party.
We’re told the fun didn’t stop after the final whistle … as Swift, Brittany and the crew took the hang over to Casa Cipriani (one of Taylor’s favorite spots), where they celebrated the victory for hours.
Of course, Brittany has been spending a ton of time with Swift recently — as we previously reported, they all went out in the Big Apple together the night prior … enlisting Selena Gomez, Sophie Turner, Gigi Hadid and Cara Delevingne for the occasion. Brittany also spent some time with the WAGs on Saturday … sharing some snaps from their quick East Coast trip on social media.
I always think the sports-WAG phenomenon is kind of bonkers. Yes, their boyfriends and husbands work together and the men need to get along and have partnerships and trust. But to expect all of the WAGs to get along and spend time together too? It’s like a neverending office holiday party on a national stage. I’m glad most sports here in America don’t have that kind of European WAG culture, although it definitely looks like Taylor is trying to make it happen. I don’t know, is Taylor genuinely serious about Travis? This is a new indicator and I’m trying to figure out what it means, if anything.
Photos courtesy of Backgrid.
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