When you start dating someone new, you must ensure they pass the best friend test (AKA win over your closest pals). And we couldn't help but wonder if that's what happened this weekend, when Taylor Swift, 33, attended yet another Kansas City Chiefs game accompanied by her BFF, Blake Lively, 36 (only a week after rumors started flying that Swift was dating the Chiefs’ tight end, Travis Kelce, 33).
Taylor Swift Attended Another Kansas City Game—and This Time, She Brought Her Bestie Blake Lively
These were some celeb-stuffed stands
The Chiefs went head-to-head with the New York Jets on Sunday, October 1, and they ended up winning 23–20 (suggesting that Swift is a good luck charm, given that the Kansas City squad has won both games she's attended).
In a series of photos, Swift excitedly watched the game and chatted with her Gossip Girl bestie, while surrounded by a number of other celebs. Not only was Lively present, but her husband, Ryan Reynolds, 46, was also in attendance, as well as Hugh Jackman, 54 (who will star alongside Reynolds in the upcoming Deadpool 3).
The quartet actually posed for a selfie, which the Les Misérables actor shared to his Instagram Story (after posting a different selfie with director Shawn Levy, who was also in the box).
Speculation of Swift and Kelce’s relationship began after the “Blank Space” singer was spotted at the Kansas City game last Sunday, September 24.
Months prior, Kelce had expressed interest in Swift on the podcast he hosts with his brother, Jason. In one particular episode, Kelce said he tried to give his number to Swift while attending one of her Eras Tour concerts.
Then, Swift was seen watching Kansas City play against the Chicago Bears last Sunday (where she got real chummy with Kelce’s mom, Donna). Following the game, TayTay rode off in a car with Kelce, and she attended an afterparty hosted by the footballer, where one photo showed her arm around him.
Now we're dying to know if all these celebs hung out with Kelce after the game.
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