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Watch: Taylor Swift Celebrates Chiefs' Super Bowl Triumph With Boyfriend Travis Kelce

Kansas City Chiefs became the talk of the town after they thrashed the San Francisco 49ers to win their third NFL championship in five seasons. The main hero of the Chiefs' win was Patrick Mahomes, who gave a marvellous performance and guided the team to victory in overtime with a scoreline of 25-22. The win makes Kansas City the first team to win back-to-back Lombardi Trophies in two decades, cementing the franchise's right to be regarded as the NFL's latest dynasty.

Another thing which grabbed a lot of limelight was the presence of pop icon Taylor Swift, who was there to support her boyfriend and Kansas star, Travis Kelce.

After the match, a heartwarming scene got captured where Swift was seen joyously hugging and kissing Kelce, to celebrate Chiefs' triumph. The video went viral on social media like a wildfire, leaving the fans gushing over the adorable moment.

| Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce celebrating the Chiefs Super Bowl win! #SuperBowl2024

Kelce had a nightmare start to the game, at one stage blowing up on the sidelines at Kansas City head coach Andy Reid in an extraordinary outburst.

Kelce went berserk on the Chiefs bench, with the tight end screaming at head coach Andy Reid in apparent frustration at being kept off the field for the play when an early Kansas City drive ended with an Isiah Pacheco fumble.

But with Mahomes pulling the strings, the Chiefs finally battled through a below-par performance to deliver when it mattered once more.

(With AFP Inputs)