Will Taylor Swift Attend the Chiefs vs. Eagles Game? Here's What We Know

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As Taylor Swift continues her Eras Tour in South America, the pop star's NFL boyfriend Travis Kelce is gearing up for the Kansas City Chiefs game against the Philadelphia Eagles game on Monday, Nov. 20. The big question on Swifties' minds remains: Will Taylor attend the Chiefs vs. Eagles game?

Not only is Monday night's game a rematch of sorts of Super Bowl LVII, but it's also a sibling rivalry event, as Kelce's older brother, Jason Kelce, is a center for the Eagles. Millions of sports fans will be tuning in for these reasons. Meanwhile, the Swifties just want to know if they should bother watching—i.e., if Swift will be there cheering on her beau.

Unfortunately, the odds of Swift attending the Chiefs vs. Eagles game on Nov. 20 are extremely slim. The "Shake It Off" singer's original concert schedule had her off on Monday—but because her Saturday, Nov. 18 show in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was postponed due to "extreme temperatures," she is set to perform on Nov. 20.

This means Swift will be in the middle of her three-plus-hour set in Brazil when Kelce is taking the field at Arrowhead Stadium in Missouri. So unless her show is postponed yet again, Swifties won't see her on their screens.

Although Swift will miss the Chiefs-Eagles matchup, she'll have plenty more opportunities to support Kelce at upcoming games. Her last Eras Tour date for 2024 is Nov. 26 in São Paulo, Brazil. After that, she doesn't start back up until Feb. 7 in Tokyo, Japan. Barring other personal or professional obligations, meaning Swift could attend all five December games and the Jan. 7 game.

But what if the Chiefs make it to the Super Bowl again? Super Bowl LVIII is Feb. 11, and Swift has a concert on Feb. 10—so technically, she could hop on her private jet and still make it to watch Kelce.

We'll keep you updated as the date gets closer!

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