Taylor Swift's UNMISSABLE reaction after Travis Kelce-led Chiefs win Super Bowl 2024; Video Viral

Chiefs defeated the San Franciso 49ers by 22-25 and became the 9th team to win back-to-back Super Bowls

Taylor Swift's UNMISSABLE reaction after Travis Kelce-led Chiefs win Super Bowl 2024; Video Viral -

The Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday (USA timing) scripted history after they won the 2024 Super Bowl at the Allegiant Stadium in Nevada, Las Vegas. Chiefs defeated the San Franciso 49ers by 22-25 and became the 9th team to win back-to-back Super Bowls. The entire match was dominated by the 49ers but ultimately it was Kelce and Mahomes' fight back that pushed the Chiefs to another Super Bowl win. Amid this, Taylor Swift's reaction to the Kansas City Chief's victory has grabbed the headlines. 

 

In fact, Taylor Swift's reaction to Super Bowl 2024 victory has sent the fans into a frenzy on social media. As soon as it was made official that the Chiefs had won the Super Bowl 2024, Taylor Swift along with her girl gang including Blake Lively jumped in jubilation. Her reaction was such that she could not believe Chiefs won the Super Bowl 2024. Finally, Swift, Blake and everyone did a group hug. 

 

Coming back to the match, the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday (USA timing) pulled out a miracle after skipper Travis Kelce made a heroic run to level the score of the San Francisco 49ers. Chiefs were trailing by 3 points with less than a minute for full time when Kelce made a run like a cheetah and almost made a touchdown. Although Kelce was tackled down, it brought the Chiefs into a commanding position. Finally, Harrison Butker leveled the score to 19-19 when he scored with his kick. The game then went into extra time. Both the teams were given 15 minutes extra with 3 time-outs each until the winner was decided. 

 

In the extra time, Mecole Hardman made the final touchdown for the Chiefs. It means the Kansas City Chiefs are now back-to-back Super Bowl champions.  Patrick Mahomes threw the winning touchdown pass to Mecole Hardman and the Kansas City Chiefs won back-to-back Super Bowl titles. 

 

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