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Taylor Swift 'gives Super Bowl answer' after Travis Kelce's Chiefs get to the big game

Taylor Swift 'gives Super Bowl answer' after Travis Kelce's Chiefs get to the big game

Swift is in Japan the day before the Super Bowl

They've been the off-field story of the NFL season and now Travis Kelce will be hoping his girlfriend Taylor Swift will be able to make it to watch him in the Super Bowl.

Kelce's Kansas City Chiefs beat the Baltimore Ravens in their own backyard to make their fourth Super Bowl in five years. They'll face off against the San Francisco 49ers at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Sunday, 11 February.

Swift has been seen supporting Kelce from the crowds during the current NFL season, with the cameras on her any time her beau does something decent on the field.

And given he's one of the best players in the competition, it's seen Swift celebrate a fair few times alongside Kelce's topless beer chugging brother.

Swift will be hoping to meet up with the Kelce family in a luxurious suite at the Allegiant Stadium but there's been one niggling problem in the build up.

She's got the small matter of her global Eras Tour which takes her to Japan in the week before the Super Bowl. She'll even have a gig the night before Kelce takes to the field.

Taylor and Travis celebrating him getting to another Super Bowl.
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She'd then have to head to Australia straight after the Super Bowl for the Aussie leg of the tour, starting in Melbourne.

But fear not Kelce, Swift is now expected to travel directly from Japan to Nevada in a 12 hour journey across the North Pacific Ocean.

Speaking to Page Six, one source close to Swift said: “It’s a brutal flight, but she’ll get on her plane right after the concert."

Travis Kelce.
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LADbible has reached out to Swift's reps for comment.

Going by calculations from, a one way trip from Tokyo to Las Vegas is just short of 9,000 kilometres.

And if we put her private jet entourage at five people, Swift's CO2 emissions for the journey sit at 43.8 tonnes.

A flight from Vegas to Melbourne for the next leg of the tour would then be a journey of 13,100km and CO2 emissions of 75.3 tonnes.

To off-set the carbon footprint of Swift's two journeys, we're talking a need to plant 2,000 trees according to the Greenhouse Gas Equivalencies Calculator.

One tonne of CO2 is equivalent to 3,300km of driving a petrol car which is roughly the same as driving between Edinburgh and London five times.

A spokesperson for the pop star said she had bought double the carbon credits needed for her world tour in order to justify her personal output.

Brittany Mahomes, Jason Kelce, and Taylor Swift react during the second half of the AFC Divisional Playoff game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Buffalo Bills.
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Carbon credits are bought, usually from governments, to gain permission to generate CO2 emissions and the number of credits issued each year is typically set against overall emissions targets.

A spokesperson for Swift said: "Before the tour kicked off in March of 2023, Taylor purchased more than double the carbon credits needed to offset all tour travel.

"The excess credits means Taylor could have accounted for more than enough to cover her latest romance springing up in the middle of her sell-out tour, with her trips to support Kelce upping her carbon emissions alongside her planned tour travels."

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Topics: Taylor Swift, Super Bowl, Sport, US News, Celebrity