According to a report, Taylor Swift has no plans to perform at the upcoming Super Bowl, despite rumors suggesting otherwise. She is expected to attend the event to support her boyfriend, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. However, sources close to Swift have emphasized that she will not be taking the stage during the halftime show, and will instead be cheering on Kelce from the sidelines.
The decision for Swift not to perform at the Super Bowl is supported by several reasons. Firstly, she has not rehearsed for the event and is about to embark on the international leg of her “Eras Tour” shortly after the game. Additionally, she will be exhausted from her concert schedule and the travel involved in getting to the Super Bowl.
Furthermore, Swift reportedly declined the opportunity to headline the halftime show multiple times, indicating that she is not interested in taking on such a performance at this time. It is also noted that it would be inappropriate for Swift to potentially upstage the scheduled halftime performer, Usher.
Oddsmakers have refused to offer prop bets on how many times the broadcast will cut to Swift in her box, or whether Kelce will propose on the field if the Chiefs win, as they believe the outcome could be influenced or manipulated. Overall, it seems that Swift’s attendance at the Super Bowl will be focused on supporting her boyfriend and enjoying the event as a spectator.