Taylor Swift wears necklace to Super Bowl that pays tribute to Travis Kelce
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While there may have been some doubts as to whether she would make an appearance, Taylor Swift has arrived at the Super Bowl in style.
With her current Eras Tour in full swing, many questioned whether the 'Blank Space' singer would find time in her hectic schedule to see her beau play.
But of course she was going to make it!
Swift arrived at the Super Bowl with rapper Ice Spice and actor Blake Lively, something fans have been calling 'iconic'.
And for the big game, Swift wore black jeans, a black bustier top, her signature red lipstick, and a red jacket over her shoulder - all of which are seemingly a nod to the Chiefs' red kit.
However, many fans have noticed one of Swift's accessories has a deeper meaning.
Swift wore a necklace with the number '87', which is Kelce's team number.
As per PageSix, the custom Stephanie Gottlieb necklace is worth a whopping $4,250.
While Swift and Kelce’s romance has been in the public eye for a while now, some questions remain on how exactly their relationship began.
Thankfully, the NFL star did provide some answers last year.
It turns out that Kelce's entry into Swift's inner circle came when she performed at Kelce's home stadium at Arrowhead in Kansas City.
“She’ll probably hate me for saying this, but... when she came to Arrowhead, they gave her the big locker room as a dressing room, and her little cousins were taking pictures... in front of my locker,” Kelce told WSJ Magazine.
But then things warmed up when Kelce received a text from none other than Swift herself.
The pair subsequently met up, including one trip in New York.
He said: "When I met her in New York we had already kind of been talking, so I knew we could have a nice dinner and, like, a conversation, and what goes from there will go from there."
Needless to say, when the pair started dating, people frequently reminded Kelce of his good fortune.
He added: "Everybody around me telling me: Don’t f**k this up! And me sitting here saying: Yeah - got it."