The "Karma" singer said it was "unbelievable" watching Kelce and the Chiefs win Super Bowl LVIII
Kelce, 34, was mic'd up for the moment for Tuesday's episode of Inside the NFL, and a preview shared on X shows the tight end thanking his girlfriend for her support in Las Vegas after performing in four sold-out concerts in Tokyo less than 48 hours before kickoff.
"Thank you for coming, baby," Kelce told Swift, 34, who replied, "Oh I cannot believe that. I can't believe you!"
Kelce continued to thank the "Karma" singer for "the support" and added, "Thank you for making it halfway across the world."
Then, Kelce told Swift, "You're the best, baby, the absolute best."
As the two embraced, the NFL star asked Swift, "Was it electric?" and she replied, "It was unbelievable."
— NFL (@NFL) February 13, 2024
The 2024 Super Bowl was the most-watched telecast in U.S. history with more than 123 million viewers tuning in for the big game in Las Vegas.
Kelce helped the Kansas City Chiefs win a second-consecutive Super Bowl, beating the San Francisco 49ers by a score of 25-22, while an elated Swift watched the game’s dramatic overtime conclusion in the crowd.
After the win, the couple celebrated on the Las Vegas strip until 5 a.m. with teammates, friends, family and thousands of fans hoping to catch a glimpse of the couple.
A source told PEOPLE, "It was the most thrilling experience,” for the 14-time Grammy winner.
“She's loved attending all the games, but this was of course on another level,” the insider added. “They partied and celebrated all night. It's been the best few months for them.”
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The next day, Swift poked fun at her parents, Scott and Andrea Swift, who attended one of the Chiefs' afterparties in Las Vegas in a new TikTok. She first zoomed in on her Super Bowl champion boyfriend, who was dancing on the DJ stage, writing, "It's a friends and family party, they said."
Then she quickly moved the camera to her parents, who were sitting in a booth, with Andrea looking overwhelmed. The clip's caption then read, "Bring your parents they said."
She concluded the video by turning the camera on her sheepish smile, poking fun at the unusual nature of the group's location.
"Accidentally going clubbing with your parents is something everyone should try at least once in their life," she captioned the TikTok video.
Inside the NFL airs Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on the CW.
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