Taylor Swift and Brittany Mahomes sweetly embraced while walking into the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl 2024 afterparty at XS Nightclub at the Wynn.
The pair were joined by Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes, who were all smiles after defeating the San Francisco 49ers 25-22 in overtime Sunday.
Swift, who wore her boyfriend’s custom sequined jacket by Amiri over her all black ensemble, held Brittany close as they entered a VIP area of the club.
Once they were safely at their table, the group began partying the night away in true Las Vegas fashion.
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model, 28, changed out of her game-day ‘fit into a sleeveless Cult Gaia mini dress, which featured daring, petal-like cutouts down the front.
The mom of two completed the look with knee high black boots, and styled her hair in a bouncy blowout.
Swift, for her part, didn’t change out of the black corset and jeans she wore to the big game, but threw her beau’s jacket over her shoulders to stay warm.
The ever-stylish songstress also repped her man’s jersey number with a custom Stephanie Gottlieb “87” necklace and carried a Judith Leiber football clutch, as she slicked her highlighted tresses back into a ponytail.
At one point in the night, the 14-time Grammy winner was seen whispering in her pal Blake Lively’s ear, before grooving to a remix of “Love Story” while packing on the PDA with a jubilant Kelce.
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A couple of hours earlier, the “Cruel Summer” hitmaker was seen celebrating inside her suite at Allegiant Stadium.
She was playfully tackled by her pals, including Lively and Ice Spice, as they shrieked in shock the moment Kelce’s team claimed victory.
The tight end was overcome with emotion when his family swarmed him on the field with hugs and tears.
The three-time Super Bowl champ smiled widely as he hugged his mom, Donna Kelce, along with his brother, Jason.
He then made his way to Swift, who looked elated about the Chiefs’ second consecutive Super Bowl victory, and packed on the PDA in front of millions of people watching around the world.