The Kansas City Chiefs were beaten by the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night – ending Taylor Swift’s perfect record while watching boyfriend Travis Kelce.
Swift jetted into snowy Wisconsin to be in the stands at Lambeau Field as the Chiefs traveled to Green Bay.
It was her fifth time in the stands supporting the Chiefs since her romance with Kelce went public.
Kansas City was 4-0 across her first four matches, leading some fans to joke that she was the team’s new lucky charm. But the pop star’s perfect run was ended on Sunday.
The Chiefs suffered their fourth defeat of the NFL season, falling 27-19 to the Packers at Lambeau Field.
Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs were beaten by the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night
Taylor Swift – seen here alongside Brittany Mahomes (c) – was in the stands at Lambeau Field
Patrick Mahomes was unable to inspire Kansas City to a late comeback in Sunday night’s game
Keisean Nixon celebrates after Green Bay’s 27-19 victory was confirmed against the Chiefs
Sunday was the fifth time Swift has been in the stands and the first time she has seen a loss
But it was not without some late drama as Patrick Mahomes and Co sought to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat on the final play.
Kelce was at the heart of it – the tight end was among a scrum of players in the end zone as Mahomes threw a Hail Mary in search of the touchdown Kansas City needed.
Replays appeared to show Kelce was pushed in the back by Packers defender Jonathan Owens – the husband of Simone Biles – but none of the officials felt it warranted a flag, meaning Green Bay’s victory was confirmed.
Kelce was involved in late drama after it appeared he was pushed on the game’s final play
Swift and Mahomes braved the freezing conditions to be in Wisconsin on Sunday night
Packers quarterback Jordan Love laps up the applause of the crowd at Lambeau Field