Taylor Swift makes history at Grammy Awards with ‘Album of the Year’
Taylor Swift made history at the Grammy Awards, clinching the Album of the Year prize for the fourth time, a feat no performer had achieved before.
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Taylor Swift is ready for it − ready for some football, that is.
After concluding a series of Eras tour shows in Tokyo, the pop superstar is seemingly headed to the Super Bowl to root on her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, as the Kansas City Chiefs take on the San Francisco 49ers.
“She’s coming!” Hunt told People. “We’re excited.”
The confirmation came amid speculation about whether Swift could make it to Las Vegas for the Super Bowl in time, after performing in Tokyo just one day before the game. Even the Embassy of Japan weighed in, assuring fans that “despite the 12-hour flight and 17-hour time difference,” Swift could, in fact, “comfortably arrive” in Vegas prior to the game as long she left Tokyo in the evening after her concert.
What is Taylor Swift’s flight time? How long will it take her to get from Tokyo to Las Vegas for the Super Bowl?
That appears to be exactly what she did. On Saturday, fans and aviation journalists identified what they believed to be Swift’s private jet, which arrived at LAX in Los Angeles from Haneda Airport in Tokyo shortly after 3:30 p.m. local time.
It wasn’t immediately clear how Swift planned to travel from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. USA TODAY reached out to a representative for Swift.
Swift, who recently made history at the Grammy Awards by becoming the first artist to win album of the year four times, marked the end of her Tokyo Eras tour shows with an Instagram post early Sunday.
“Those 4 shows at Tokyo Dome were so wonderful,” she wrote. “I’d missed you all so much and loved being on stage frolicking around with my fellow performers and band again. Thank you to everyone who lives in and around Tokyo, and everyone who traveled far and wide to be there with us.”
Swift did not, however, mention her own plans to travel far and wide. She is next set to perform in Australia beginning on Feb. 16.
Contributing: Foster Klug and Maria Sherman, The Associated Press