Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce are making a cute exit!
The couple were spotted holding hands as they left Arrowhead Stadium in Missouri on Saturday night after Kansas City Chiefs’ 26-7 win against the Miami Dolphins in the NFL Playoffs.
In a clip posted on X (formerly known as Twitter), Swift and Kelce, both 34, held hands and chatted with each other as they made their way out of the stadium, following behind Patrick and wife Brittany Mahomes.
Swift, who wore an oversized red varsity jacket with a black top and jeans, smiled as she and Kelce leaned into each other while walking out together.
“See you later,” Brittany, 28, said to a group of people waiting indoors in the clip. A fan behind the camera then said, “Good job, Pat,” to Patrick, 28, referring to his performance in the Playoffs game, to which the quarterback replied, “Appreciate you.”
Swift was spotted earlier that evening in happy spirits as she cheered boyfriend Kelce on during the game while sitting inbetween the tight end’s mom Donna Kelce and Brittany in the stands.
Cameras caught the “Karma” singer at the stadium smiling and singing along with her fellow Chiefs fans — and obvious Swifties — and high-fiving them in the chilly arena as the game went on.
The Chiefs’ win saw Kelce, 34, make seven receptions for 71 yards. The Chiefs will next play in the divisional round of the playoffs next weekend — which, if they win and win the AFC Championship round the week after that, would bring them to the Super Bowl on Feb. 11 in Las Vegas.
Swift’s attendance at Saturday’s game comes after a string of appearances at Chiefs games in support of boyfriend Kelce in these past few months.
Swift was pictured at her first game on Sept. 24, as she saw the Chiefs win against the Chicago Bears 41-10. The singer was then seen on Oct. 1 catching the Chiefs defeat the New York Jets, the Denver Broncos on Oct. 12, the Los Angeles Chargers on Oct. 22, the New England Patriots on Dec. 17.
Swift finished the year by attending the Chiefs winning game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Dec. 31.