Indeed, despite performing halfway across the world the night before the big game, the Grammy winner might be able to make it to Las Vegas by Feb. 11 to watch boyfriend Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs try to secure this year's win. It's a simple matter of geography, in fact.
Tokyo is 17 hours ahead of Las Vegas, and fans had already speculated that the "Snow on the Beach" singer would still be able to make it to the Big Game on time whether she took the 12-hour flight that evening or slept in Japan for the night and flew out the morning of the 11th.
(How? The international date line. Running between the north and south poles, the international date line is the accepted main point of entry between one calendar day and the next. Thankfully for Taylor, flying eastbound across this point decreases the calendar date, while flying westbound across it increases the date. So as calculated by Variety, as long as she leaves Japan before 6 p.m. local time on Super Bowl Sunday, she will land in Nevada before kickoff at 3:30 p.m.)
Sometimes, the planets and the fates and all the stars align for true love.
And that is certainly what appeared to be on display between Taylor and the NFL star after the Chiefs beat the Baltimore Ravens at the AFC Championship Jan. 28, securing the team's spot in the Super Bowl.
Much like many of the team's friends and family members, the Midnights artist took to the field to celebrate the victory, where she and Travis shared a number of sweet embraces and kisses. The tight end was also greeted by his parents Donna Kelce and Ed Kelce, as well as his brother Jason Kelce.
This year's game will mark the Kansas City team's sixth Super Bowl, with its most recent win happening just last year against the Philadelphia Eagles. Whereas last year's game saw the Kelce brothers face off, Jason is sure to be one of the many loved ones in the stands to watch Travis and his team take on the San Francisco 49ers.
Until then, keep reading to relive some of the sweetest Taylor-Travis moments during the AFC Championship.