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Taylor Swift leaves Las Vegas for umbrella-protected Los Angeles after partying with Travis Kelce until 5 a.m. following her Super Bowl win

By Alan Butterfield and Ruth Styles for Dailymail.Com in Las Vegas, Nevada and Jake Fenner for Dailymail.Com

9:47 p.m. on February 12, 2024, updated 10:47 p.m. on February 12, 2024

  • The pop superstar and the superstar band have left Las Vegas.
  • This follows a wild night of partying that lasted until 5am local time.
  • DailyMail.com provides all the latest international sports news



After spending less than 24 hours together, pop star Taylor Swift and Super Bowl champion Travis Kelce are separated again!

Swift flew to Las Vegas yesterday afternoon and watched her little friends, the Kansas City Chiefs, win the Super Bowl in overtime.

After the match, Swift and Kelce attended a victory celebration at Resorts World hotel’s Zouk nightclub where they drank and danced until the early hours of the morning.

Hours later, Swift, 34, and Kelce, 34, were seen boarding separate planes.

DailyMail.com obtained photos of Kelce boarding his 13-hour charter flight at one end of the airport. Around the same time that Swift and her entourage walked to her private plane and boarded, her security obscured any view of Swift with black umbrellas.

Taylor Swift boarded her private jet and left Las Vegas
Swift was protected by umbrellas as she boarded the jet, likely bound for her home in California.
Just yesterday, Swift landed in Las Vegas to watch Super Bowl LVIII.
She was joined on the plane by actress Blake Lively, seen on board in a red coat.
Lively was one of many people Swift brought to the Super Bowl to watch with her
Travis Kelce was also seen boarding a plane to Kansas City to celebrate the title.

She is returning to Los Angeles to spend the night and is preparing to take a 16-hour, 8,000-mile flight to Melbourne sometime on Tuesday, February 13.

Even though the NFL football season is officially over, it will be several days before the lovebirds can see each other again.

Kelce and the Chiefs are scheduled to hold a victory celebration parade in Kansas City on February 14, while Swift will travel to Melbourne, Australia for three sold-out concerts starting Friday, February 16.

After Swift’s Melbourne concerts, she flies to Sydney for four dates, February 23, 24, 25 and 26, then to Singapore for six dates starting March 2. It is believed Kelce will fly over to join her at some point during her tour.

Their departures follow a dramatic end to the NFL season and an all-night party.

After Kelce finished the game by leading the team in receptions and yards, he spent some time alone with Swift, then prepared for a night of celebration.

Kelce and the Chiefs went to party on the Strip after winning back-to-back Super Bowls – with Swift joining them alongside rapper Ice Spice, Blake Lively and Ludacris.

And the Chiefs paid tribute to the 14-time Grammy Award-winning DJ as the DJ used some of her early hits to close out the night at XS Nightclub at Wynn Las Vegas.

Kelce and Swift kissed to her song “Love Story” at the Chiefs victory afterparty
The singer kisses her friend and wife of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes in Brittany at Wynn
The two men arrived together – with Taylor wearing the jacket, Travis arrived at the match in
It was a tense night cheering on Swift as she watched the Chiefs play in overtime.

One of Swift’s famous songs – “Love Story” – provided a romantic soundtrack for her and Kelce’s celebratory kiss.

Considering Swift and Kelce’s romance dominated headlines all season long, it made for a perfect end to the season for the Chiefs.

Thousands of Kansas City fans were seen celebrating the victory as a remix of Swift’s hit “You Belong With Me” played in the nightclub.

Travis was seen in a DJ booth dancing to the song performed by his other half – at one point even leading the crowd and showing off himself during the chorus.

It was a great way for her to let loose after a night of tense cheering as the match headed into overtime.

There, Patrick Mahomes did his job and led Kansas City to a third title in five seasons.

“You know, the goal was always to get three,” Kelce said. “But we couldn’t get here without getting two and having that goal on our backs all year.”

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