Taylor Swift sends fans wild as she chugs a beer after appearing on the big screen

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By stefan armitage

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For the remaining NFL fans who hadn't yet come around to Taylor Swift at football games - you may be about to change your mind.

Taylor Swift's presence at NFL games has stirred up a whirlwind of reactions, ranging from adoration to controversy.

Ever since the Grammy-winning singer went public with her relationship with Kansas City Chiefs star tight end Travis Kelce - she has frequently been spotted watching her beau on the field.

However, despite the 34-year-old singer's presence bringing a new audience to the sport, she's also faced a lot of criticism from people accusing her of "ruining the NFL".

READ MORE: How Long Taylor Swift Is Actually Shown At Travis' Chiefs Games Amid Claims She's 'Ruining The NFL'

Some critics argue that Swift's presence distracts from the game's intensity and focuses too much attention on celebrity culture rather than the athletic prowess on display. For example, one skeptic remarked on X: "Screw Taylor Swift and the Swifties!! I’m here to watch a game and not a concert. Leave my football alone."

Nevertheless, Swift is at the Super Bowl - rocking up with famous faces such as Blake Lively and Ice Spice.

And this time, after appearing on the big screen during the biggest game of the year, Swift decided to do something we haven't seen her do yet -- chug a beer. Check it out below:

In response to the moment, X users were loving seeing Taylor having fun.

"I enjoy seeing her just doing normal things. It’s pretty great actually," one person tweeted.

"Absolute respect to Taylor for this," a second added, with a third writing: "Taylor Swift + Beer Chug = not on my bingo card."

Another quipped: "Taylor is a millennial. She heard Usher and felt youthful".

Despite her critics, one person to have Taylor's back is Travis' brother, Jason Kelce.

During a recent interview with WCPO 9, 36-year-old Jason acknowledged the significant attention on Swift and the couple's public appearances - particularly during Chiefs games, where Swift is often spotted watching Travis play.

The Philadelphia Eagles center remarked: "The attention's there because the audience wants to see it, I mean, if people didn't want to see it, they wouldn't be showing it, I know that."

He went on to describe Taylor Swift as a "world star" and the "quintessential artist right now in the world".

He praised her as immensely talented and an "unbelievable role model for young women across the globe." Kelce believes that the NFL would be wise to embrace Swift's influence and recognize her as a role model for young girls.

"The NFL would be probably foolish not to show [Taylor Swift]," he said.

Featured image credit: Michael Reaves / Getty

Taylor Swift sends fans wild as she chugs a beer after appearing on the big screen

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By stefan armitage

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For the remaining NFL fans who hadn't yet come around to Taylor Swift at football games - you may be about to change your mind.

Taylor Swift's presence at NFL games has stirred up a whirlwind of reactions, ranging from adoration to controversy.

Ever since the Grammy-winning singer went public with her relationship with Kansas City Chiefs star tight end Travis Kelce - she has frequently been spotted watching her beau on the field.

However, despite the 34-year-old singer's presence bringing a new audience to the sport, she's also faced a lot of criticism from people accusing her of "ruining the NFL".

READ MORE: How Long Taylor Swift Is Actually Shown At Travis' Chiefs Games Amid Claims She's 'Ruining The NFL'

Some critics argue that Swift's presence distracts from the game's intensity and focuses too much attention on celebrity culture rather than the athletic prowess on display. For example, one skeptic remarked on X: "Screw Taylor Swift and the Swifties!! I’m here to watch a game and not a concert. Leave my football alone."

Nevertheless, Swift is at the Super Bowl - rocking up with famous faces such as Blake Lively and Ice Spice.

And this time, after appearing on the big screen during the biggest game of the year, Swift decided to do something we haven't seen her do yet -- chug a beer. Check it out below:

In response to the moment, X users were loving seeing Taylor having fun.

"I enjoy seeing her just doing normal things. It’s pretty great actually," one person tweeted.

"Absolute respect to Taylor for this," a second added, with a third writing: "Taylor Swift + Beer Chug = not on my bingo card."

Another quipped: "Taylor is a millennial. She heard Usher and felt youthful".

Despite her critics, one person to have Taylor's back is Travis' brother, Jason Kelce.

During a recent interview with WCPO 9, 36-year-old Jason acknowledged the significant attention on Swift and the couple's public appearances - particularly during Chiefs games, where Swift is often spotted watching Travis play.

The Philadelphia Eagles center remarked: "The attention's there because the audience wants to see it, I mean, if people didn't want to see it, they wouldn't be showing it, I know that."

He went on to describe Taylor Swift as a "world star" and the "quintessential artist right now in the world".

He praised her as immensely talented and an "unbelievable role model for young women across the globe." Kelce believes that the NFL would be wise to embrace Swift's influence and recognize her as a role model for young girls.

"The NFL would be probably foolish not to show [Taylor Swift]," he said.

Featured image credit: Michael Reaves / Getty