Brittany Mahomes and Taylor Swift celebrate Chiefs Super Bowl berth with heartfelt hug

Pop star Taylor Swift and Brittany Mahomes shared an endearing hug after seeing their partners and the Kansas City Chiefs secure their spot in the 2024 Super Bowl.

The Chiefs overcame two road games en route to the Las Vegas championship game. On Sunday they defeated the Ravens in Baltimore by a score of 17-10 in the AFC Championship.

Mahomes and Swift share most heartwarming hug yet
Keleigh Teller, a close friend of Swift who has been the singer’s +1 at various events and outings, was also present at M&T Stadium, capturing emotional moments from the exhilarating game and posting them on her Instagram page.

In a VIP suite, Swift, and Mahomes, the wife of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, could be seen embracing in a heartfelt hug, capturing the hard-fought essence of the victory.

Teller, 31, also documented Swift bonding with the Travis Kelce’s family, creating memories beyond the field.

The friendship between Swift and Mahomes has been a highlight of the current NFL season, with the duo even coordinating outfits on game days.

Custom jackets designed by Kristin Juszczyk, wife of 49ers player Kyle Juszczyk, became a symbol of their growing bond.

Brittany Mahomes has a message for Chiefs haters
Brittany Mahomes, an influential figure in the Chiefs community, sent a bold message to critics on her Instagram Stories following the monumental win in Baltimore.

She wrote, “We went there. We won. Anyone have anything else to say? See y’all in Vegas,” defiantly addressing any detractors as the reigning champions set their sights on the Super Bowl in 2024.

With Patrick Mahomes leading the charge and clinching his fourth Super Bowl appearance in five years, Brittany expressed her pride on Instagram, stating, “Proud,” following the game where Mahomes threw for 241 yards and secured a crucial touchdown.

As Chiefs Kingdom eagerly anticipates the upcoming Super Bowl in Vegas, the bond between Taylor Swift, Brittany Mahomes continues to entrance Chiefs fans and Swifties alike.