- Swift, 34, famously flew in from her Tokyo Eras Tour for the big game
- The singer also apparently shared the Super Bowl suite with Paul McCartney
- She was seen introducing the Beatles legend to her boyfriend’s family
The singer also apparently shared the Super Bowl suite – which can run between $800K and $2.5 million at Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium – with Paul McCartney.
McCartney – who Swift has long been a huge fan of – was seen wearing a black jacket and black pants while making his way around the suite.
The Super Bowl in Las Vegas was chocked full of celebrities, some of whom even shared a luxury suite togther like Taylor Swift (center) and Paul McCartney (left).
The singer also apparently shared the Super Bowl suite – which can run between $800K and $2.5 million at Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium – with Paul McCartney
He was also seen getting introducd to Travis Kelce’s brother, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce in the suite.
He was later seen chatting with Swift, who are no strangers to one another, after a famous 2020 Rolling Stone interview, where he praised her songwriting.
McCartney added in a BBC interview that he thinks of Swift’s relationship with her fans as more of a ‘sisterly’ bond.
‘I was actually thinking about Taylor Swift and her relationship to her young fans and how it’s sort of a sisterly thing,’ he began.
‘And I was imagining talking to one of these young fans and saying, “Have you ever been bullied? Do you get bullied?”‘ he said.
‘Then I say, “Who cares about the idiots? Who cares about all this? Who cares about you? Well… I do,”‘ he said.
Swift also revealed last year that when they met for the first time for their 2020 interview, she made a request that he granted.
‘We walk into his office for a chat, and after I make a nervous request, Paul is kind enough to handwrite my favorite lyric of his and sign it,’ Swift said.
He was also seen getting introducd to Travis Kelce’s brother, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce (red and yellow overalls) in the suite
The lyric was – ‘Take these broken wings and learn to fly,’ from The Beatles’ iconic 1968 song Blackbird.
‘He makes a joke about me selling it, and I laugh because it’s something I know I’ll cherish for the rest of my life,’ she added.