Taylor Swift gifts fan her scarf at NFL game
Taylor Swift gifted her scarf to a fan at a Kansas City Chiefs game after deciding that the young woman was her "good luck charm" at the NFL match.
Taylor Swift gifted her scarf to a fan at a Kansas City Chiefs game.
The 34-year-old pop megastar was at the Arrowhead Stadium match on Saturday (13.01.24) to support her boyfriend Travis Kelce and decided that Beth Vancile - who happened to be seated behind her - was her "good luck charm" who eventually led to the team's victory against the Miami Dolphins.
Beth told People: "The scarf smelled like home. During the game, Taylor coined me as her ‘good luck charm,’ noticed my face was bright red and gave me her scarf. Ironically, I was visiting Kansas City that weekend for an event for the jewellery company Collections by Joya, who just released a new charm bar, so the nickname felt even more fitting."
The 'Anti-Hero' songstress had been attending the game along with Travis's mother Donna Kelce and Brittany Mahomes, who is a close friend of Taylor's and the wife of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the trio even attended in matching outfits.
Following the game, Beth took to social media to share a selfie on her friends with Taylor as she joked that the garment was "not red", unlike the famous scarf mentioned in the track 'All Too Well (10 Minute Version)', which is believed to have been inspired by the pop superstar's brief relationship with Hollywood actor Jake Gyllenhaal.
She wrote on Instagram: "Kansas City. We came, we saw, we conquered, we swag surfed with Donna, Taylor and Brittany and Taylor gave me her scarf (it was not red and she doesn’t want it back). She thanked us for being her goodluck charms. See you next week KC. PS yes are now besties with Paul Rudd and @tambahali! (sic)”