There has been an interesting new storyline for the 2023 NFL season as the Taylor Swift-Travis Kelce power couple has taken the league by storm. Swift has gone to several different Kansas City Chiefs games to root on Kelce and LA Chargers fans may be wondering if she will be there once again in Week 7.
While some football fans might be getting sick of seeing Swift featured so prominently on NFL broadcasts, she is undoubtedly the most famous celebrity in the United States, if not the world. If there is one celebrity on the globe who can steal some of the spotlight from the NFL, it is Swift.
This could add some different eyeballs to the Chargers-Chiefs game and who knows, it could create some new Chargers fans if she does show up. While Swifties are rooting for Kelce and the Chiefs, there could be a contingent of new fans who are introduced to the Chargers and like what they see. Anything helps a growing fanbase!
Is Taylor Swift going to the Chiefs game vs the Chargers?
Despite being the most famous celebrity in the world, Taylor Swift is usually able to operate discretely and not totally give these answers away ahead of time. That being said, Swift's private jet took off from Los Angeles early this morning and is heading to Kansas City. That would seem to indicate that Swift will be in the building.
This might be bad news to some Chargers fans but hey, there is a lot of opportunity here for the Bolts. A big win over the Chiefs becomes even bigger with Swift in the building as the Bolts would be handing Kansas City its first loss since the power couple went public.
Not only that, but this is a huge opportunity for the Chargers social media team as well. There is no team in the league that has better social media than the Chargers and if anyone is going to capitalize on Swift being there it will be them.
Expect countless Swift references from the Bolts on social media throughout the day. If the Chargers pull of the win, the social media team will definitely have something creative up their sleeves that blows every other NFL social media team out of the water.
And who knows, that might win some Swifties over and help grow the fanbase even larger.