The gal pals celebrated as the Kansas City Chiefs advanced to the AFC Championship on Sunday
After the Chiefs defeated the Buffalo Bills 27-24, Brittany, 28, shared pictures from the suite where she and Swift, 34, cheered for their beaus Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce, alongside Kylie, Travis' sister-in-law.
Model and actress Cara Delevingne, a close friend of Swift's, also cheered alongside the group at Highmark Stadium and joined in on the celebratory photos.
Right after the Chiefs cemented their victory, Brittany took to her Instagram Story, writing, "WE WINNNN," over a boomerang with Lyndsay Bell, whose husband is Chiefs tight end Blake Bell, and Delevingne, 31, as all three ladies gave the camera their best celebratory reactions. In the background, Swift can be spotted looking at her phone.
In another story, Brittany shared two group photos of the Chiefs' friends and family suite. In the first image, Swift and Kylie are all smiles as they tilt their heads towards one another.
"Went there, did that, onto the next," Brittany wrote between the two images, referring to the Chiefs win and upcoming AFC Championship game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Kylie hopped out of the photo for the second group shot, and Swift wrapped her arms around Sarah King while Delevingne hugged Brittany.
Aric Jones, an artist and close friend of Travis's, also shared photos he took during the game on Instagram. In one image, Travis joins the group in their suite to celebrate the win postgame.
The NFL star changed into a light mint green jacket and a maroon beanie after leaving the locker room.
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It was also a family affair at Highmark Stadium on Sunday, as Swift was joined in the suite by Kelce’s parents Donna and Ed Kelce, older brother Jason Kelce — whose Philadelphia Eagles team was eliminated in the playoffs on Jan. 15. — and Kylie, 31.
Earlier in the game, Travis gave a sweet shoutout to girlfriend Swift after scoring a touchdown in the second quarter of the game as he formed a heart with his hands towards the direction of the singer's suite.
It's a gesture well-known to Swift's fans as something she does during performances of her song “Fearless."
Typically, Travis is known to do his signature point-and-arrow move after he scores — not the heart-hands gesture.
During a segment of his podcast, New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce called “No Dumb Questions,” the tight end explained his celebratory pose is motivated by his mindset to “always dream big” on and off the field.
Travis caught another touchdown pass from Mahomes in the third quarter, bringing their post-season tally to a record-breaking 16 touchdowns together. The Chiefs went on to win, defeating the Bills 27-24 to advance to the AFC Championship and will face off against the Ravens for a chance to play in the Super Bowl on Jan. 28.
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