- Anticipation is high for Taylor Swift’s appearance at the Golden Globes, where her “The Eras Tour” film is nominated.
- Meanwhile, her partner, Travis Kelce, will be nearby in California, gearing up for a match against the LA Chargers.
- Despite the proximity, chances seem slim for their joint debut on the red carpet.
Fans are eagerly anticipating Taylor Swift’s attendance at the 81st Golden Globes this Sunday, with hopes high that Travis Kelce, her boyfriend, will accompany her.
At 34, Swift is reportedly attending the event due to her film, ‘Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour,’ being nominated in the new category for cinematic and box office achievement. This category also features heavy-hitters like ‘Barbie’ and ‘Oppenheimer.’
The concert film, which broke box office records during its opening weekend, grossing $250 million worldwide, positions Swift as a strong contender for an award.
Nonetheless, it might be wise not to wager on Kelce joining her for the occasion.
Although Travis Kelce, the notable tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs, will be in Los Angeles on Sunday, his appearance at the Beverly Hilton Hotel for the Golden Globes seems improbable.
Kelce will instead be at SoFi Stadium, focusing on a pivotal game against the Los Angeles Chargers.
The game’s kickoff is scheduled for 1:25 p.m. PT/ 4:25 p.m. ET. In contrast, the Golden Globes’ pre-show and the anticipated red carpet arrivals are set to begin at 3:30 p.m. PT/ 6:30 p.m. ET, according to Variety.
Consequently, it’s also unlikely that Taylor Swift will be present in the stands to support Kelce, as she has been at several of his games this season.
While there’s a possibility of Travis Kelce joining Taylor Swift at a post-Golden Globes celebration, sources cited by Page Six suggest Kelce plans to catch a flight back to Kansas City following his game.
During the 2020 Golden Globes, Swift was captured in rare photographs with then-boyfriend Joe Alwyn, whom she parted ways with in early 2023 after a six-year relationship.
At that event, the duo decided on separate red carpet entries but shared seating during the ceremony. Swift was in the running for best original song with “Beautiful Ghosts” from the 2019 film “Cats,” while Alwyn was there for “Harriet,” contending in two categories.
Swift’s current nomination at this year’s Golden Globes is her fifth overall and her first in a category other than best original song.