Taylor Swift attends Broncos vs. Chiefs on Thursday night – ESPN

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Taylor Swift has re-emerged beside Donna Kelce to watch the Kansas City Chiefs and one Travis Kelce take on the Denver Broncos at Arrowhead Stadium.

After a week off from fueling romance rumors at NFL games, Swifties were waiting with bated breath for the songstress’ third appearance of the season. That is, aside from those still reeling from her Week 5 no-show in Minnesota.

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Whether or not you’re in favor of the hype train that accompanies a Swift appearance, it would be remiss not to acknowledge the commitment required to follow-up a world premiere with an Arrowhead outing on back-to-back nights.

The pop superstar’s “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” premiered in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

Beyoncé attended as a guest. It was, in fact, enchanting.

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While BeyoncĂ© doesn’t appear to have accompanied Swift to “Thursday Night Football,” there’s still plenty of season ahead of us.

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