Taylor Swift fans are convinced she left NFL stadium in a popcorn machine to avoid detection
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It's safe to say Taylor Swift's appearance at an NFL game has well and truly broken the internet.
People were shocked when the pop star arrived at Arrowhead Stadium to watch the Kansas City Chiefs battle the the Chicago Bears.
She was sat next to Donna Kelce in a private box after her son, Travis, a tight end for the Chiefs, invited her to check out one of his games.
It has sparked rumors that the NFL player and record-breaking singer are dating.
While the Chiefs smashed the Bears by 31 points, fans and official NFL cameras couldn't keep their eyes off Swift as she cheered and celebrated every point.
There was so much attention on the 33-year-old that some people thought she was up to her old tactics when the game was over.
It's been a bizarre trend during her Eras World Tour to see her being transported to the stage in a cleaning cart.
Fast-forward to today and people genuinely thought she had jumped into a popcorn-making machine to leave the NFL stadium and avoid detection.
Arrowhead Stadium staff were seen in a TikTok video pushing the machine and Swifties immediately started doing mental gymnastics.
One said: "It’s always how there’s random stuff on top of the carts so ppl are distracted."
Another added: "She was in that cart! No doubt."
A third wrote: "IYKYK‼️*Only the real ones know!! This had me & not me trying to read what is printed on the side of cart as, 'Property of Taylor'."
However, there was video footage of Swift and Kelce leaving together.
American radio host Jarrett Payton snapped a video of the two walking with each other as they were leaving the stadium.
They were both polite and said hello and there have been pictures swirling on social media of them in the same car together.
Some fans believe Swift has been manifesting this moment for nearly 20 years.
A TikTok user dissected the connection between the pair and said that in 2006, Swift ‘knew this was gonna be her man’.
Alongside an image of Kelce wearing an 87 jersey and Swift holding up an 89 one, a lyric from 'Mary’s Song' plays: “I’ll be 87, you’ll be 89.”
The user says: “Obviously kidding – but what a crazy coincidence.
“Or, was she manifesting?”
The TikTok then shows snippets from the game, with Kelce appearing to look up from the field towards the box where Swift sat, watching on.