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Taylor Swift, Sir Paul McCartney and Jay-Z: The star-studded spectators at the 2024 Super Bowl

Taylor Swift, Sir Paul McCartney, Jay-Z and Justin Bieber were among the A-list stars watching the 2024 Super Bowl in Las Vegas.

Swift travelled from Japan to watch her boyfriend Travis Kelce play for the Kansas City Chiefs against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. Taking a break from her Eras tour, the singer arrived at the Allegiant Stadium wearing an all-black outfit with a red jacket draped over her shoulder, alongside actress Blake Lively, rapper Ice Spice and her mother Andrea Swift.

She was seen talking to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, while Kelce's mother Donna was also sitting in the box and his brother Jason opted for Chiefs-themed overalls. After the Chiefs' victory, Swift was filmed hugging and kissing Kelce on the pitch.

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She was photographed alongside Beatle Sir Paul during the second half of the game, introducing him to Kelce's father Ed. The meeting between Swift and Sir Paul marked a reunion for the pair after they teamed up for a wide-ranging conversation for Rolling Stone's Musicians on Musicians series in 2020 and he credited her as the inspiration for one of his songs, Who Cares, on album Egypt Station.

US rapper Jay-Z took pictures of his daughters Blue Ivy and Rumi on the pitch before the game kicked off and he took his seat beside wife Beyoncé. US actor and long-time Kansas City Chiefs fan Paul Rudd appeared on the field sporting a moustache, alongside his teenage son Jack, while singer Luke Combs, actor Mark Wahlberg and basketball players LeBron James and Shaquille O'Neal also appeared.

Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio was also in attendance at the game, dressed in a black baseball cap, but dipped his face out of