Taylor Swift wears her heart on her sweatshirt in Kansas City Chiefs merch while cheering lover Travis Kelce’s win… and even picks up new bestie Brittany Mahomes in giddy celebration

Taylor Swift was proudly decked out in Kansas City Chiefs attire as she cheered on boyfriend Travis Kelce as the three-time Super Bowl champions took on the New England Patriots on Sunday.

The Bad Blood songstress, 34 – who was joined by A-list pals Brittany Mahomes and Alana Haim – whisked herself to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts to watch the Chiefs defeat the Patriots 27-17.

She could be seen intently viewing the game from a VIP box at the venue, and donned a gray Chiefs sweatshirt as well as a plaid miniskirt.

Her blonde locks flowed down past her shoulders, and were partially covered by a white and red-striped beanie that had Kelce’s jersey number, 87, printed in black at the front.

Shortly after arriving to the stadium, the beauty was spotted wearing a black coat to help her stay warm in the chilly temperatures.

The pop star slipped into a pair of sheer tights as well as black shoes to complete her overall look for the big day.

Swift added chunky rings on each of her hands to accessorize the outfit and also wore her classic, red lipstick as a final touch.

Sunday’s game was the seventh in total that Taylor has attended to cheer on her beau – whom she began dating over the summer.

The Grammy winner was also accompanied by her father, Scott, who sported a red and black-colored Chiefs sweater, despite being a Philadelphia Eagles fan.

Her father previously met Kelce during the singer’s concert stop in Argentina last month which the pair both attended, and Scott notably was seen wearing a Chiefs lanyard at the time.

Brittany Mahomes – the wife of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes – was also seen near the Love Story singer for portions of the game.

Taylor’s new BFF donned a black ensemble which was layered with a fashionable, white coat that she chose to leave unbuttoned.

At one point, Swift was seen excitedly lifting the mother-of-two into the air as they celebrated the Chiefs scoring a touchdown.