Taylor Swift Reportedly Leaves Tokyo After Last Show to Head to Super Bowl on Private Jet

The singer enjoyed her fourth and final 'Eras Tour' concert just a few hours ago and reportedly rushed to Haneda Airport to make the long trek.

Taylor Swift Reportedly Leaves Tokyo After Last Show to Head to Super Bowl on Private Jet

Taylor Swift just finished her last of four epic shows on her Eras Tour in Tokyo, Japan, and now she’s headed to Super Bowl LVIII to watch her boyfriend Travis Kelce play football, according to the Associated Press via Daily Mail. The singer, 34, apparently rushed out of the Tokyo Dome, where her concerts took place, to nearby Haneda Airport, where she hopped on a private jet to make the 12-hour, 9000-mile trip to Las Vegas, NV in time for the big game. Travis and his Kansas City Chiefs teammates will be going up against the San Francisco 49ers at Allegiant Stadium at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday.

Since Tokyo is several hours behind Las Vegas time, it seems Taylor will make it there in plenty of time. Although fans reportedly began tracking her jet and its trek to Sin City online, it’s unclear exactly when the Midnights creator would touch down. Her jet may also need to stop to refuel, which would add more time to her overall journey.

Taylor’s trip to the Super Bowl comes after she showed up to many of Travis’ games this season to cheer him and his teammates on. The lovebirds began dating last summer and haven’t been shy about publicly supporting each other whenever they get a chance. In addition to Taylor’s attendance at the NFL games, Travis has attended a few of his girlfriend’s shows and even sang along to many of her hits.

During the Chiefs’ AFC Championship game two weeks ago, Taylor joined Travis’ family and friends to support and headed down to the field to congratulate him with a kiss and hug after the team’s win. She then celebrated Grammy wins at the Grammy Awards last weekend and Travis praised her at a press conference shortly after. “She’s unbelievable. I told her I’ll have to hold up my end of the bargain and come home with hardware, too,” he told PEOPLE, referring to the upcoming Super Bowl.