- Taylor Swift made paid her latest visit to Arrowhead to cheer on Travis Kelce
- Pop megastar made time for a photo with WWE star and Chiefs fan Baron Corbin
- The duo were left disappointed as the home side fell to their second-straight loss
Taylor Swift was acquainted with another member of the Kansas City Chiefs family as she was pictured alongside fan and WWE star Baron Corbin on Sunday.
The pop megastar has made Arrowhead Stadium a home away from home since her romance with Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce became public in September.
Swift was once again in attendance as Patrick Mahomes and Co took on the Buffalo Bills, where she got some face time with well-known Chiefs fan Corbin.
The 39-year-old took the opportunity to grab a selfie with the singer and posted the image on social media ahead of the clash.
‘Come back crew let’s go!’ Corbin wrote on X, formerly Twitter, as the Chiefs looked to respond from their 27-19 loss to the Green Bay Packers last weekend.
It was a second defeat in two days for Baron Corbin (pictured) who lost to NXT Champion Ilja Dragunov at NXT Deadline on December 9
Swift was attending her sixth Chiefs game since her relationship with Kelce became public in September
Travis Kelce (right) was involved in the play that controversially denied the Chiefs in their 20-17 loss to the Buffalo Bills
Unfortunately for the Chiefs faithful, the side succumbed to their second defeat in as many weeks as Josh Allen and his squad inflicted a fifth loss of the season that puts them just one win ahead of the Denver Broncos in the AFC West.
The results also marked the second defeat in two days row for Corbin following his loss to NXT Champion Ilja Dragunov at NXT Deadline on December 9.
Sunday was a big day for WWE stars and legends at NFL games, with Bill Goldberg and Johnny Gargano also making noise.
The WWE Hall of Famer speared a fan who was wearing a Tom Brady jersey at Atlanta Falcons’ clash with the Tampa Bay Bucceneers.
Gargano meanwhile, smashed a guitar at Cleveland Browns’ game with the Jacksonville Jaguars.