Taylor Swift reportedly began her mad dash from Tokyo to Las Vegas, running off stage at her Eras Tour show and heading straight to her private jet at Haneda Airport.
The pop superstar will fly 12 hours and 9,000 miles back in time to watch her boyfriend Travis Kelce and his Kansas City Chiefs play in the Super Bowl on Sunday night.
The time difference between Asia and the west coast of North America means he will land in Las Vegas on Saturday night, giving him just 24 hours to relax before watching the game at Allegiant Stadium.
All eyes have been on Swift to see if she would make the mad dash across the world to see her man, with more Eras Tour shows taking place in Melbourne, Australia starting on Friday.
And now the journey has begun, with the Associated Press reporting that Swift walked off stage at the Tokyo Dome on Saturday night and was taken straight to her private jet at Haneda Airport.
Taylor Swift performed four shows in Tokyo, but now she’s headed to Las Vegas
The 12-hour, 9,000-mile flight is to help her boyfriend Travis Kelce and Sunday’s Super Bowl.
Reports claim Swift headed straight from the stage to her private jet at Haneda Airport.
Superstar tight end Kelce has been preparing for the Super Bowl from Las Vegas all week.
Swift has already attended 12 Chiefs games this season, and Sunday will be his lucky 13th.
Fans line up outside Swift’s fourth and final Eras Tour show in Tokyo on Saturday night.
Fans will desperately try to track the plane around the world as it heads to its 13th game of the Chiefs season, coincidentally with its lucky number.
Earlier that night, on stage in Tokyo, Swift had told the crowd: “We’re all going to have a big adventure.” While she was presumably referring to the show, it also applies to the days ahead as she travels around the world and back again, all in Kelce’s name.
Taking a final bow at the end of her sold-out show, dressed in a blue sequin miniskirt, the crowd screaming, strobe lights pulsing, confetti falling, Swift disappeared under the stage and began her journey to the other side of the world. .
His long-awaited trip to see Kelce’s Kansas City Chiefs play the San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas on Sunday US time has sparked imagination and speculation for weeks.
‘I hope he can return in time. “It’s very romantic,” office worker Hitomi Takahashi, 29, told the AP before the Tokyo Show on Saturday.