She’s seeing red.
Taylor Swift jumped from her seat and started yelling after boyfriend Travis Kelce was pushed and fell during the Kansas City Chiefs’ winning game against the New England Patriots.
The NFL broadcast flashed to the “Blank Space” singer, who could be seen apparently shouting “f—k” in response to the tumble during Sunday’s game in Foxborough, Mass.
During the play, the tight end was shoved by Patriots cornerback Myles Bryant before seemingly tripping as the football careened past him.
It’s unclear whether Kelce flopped, which is a term for when a football player intentionally takes a dive in order to get a penalty call on the other team.
While Taylor has become a regular at Kelce’s football games since they started dating, this is the first matchup that the music icon has attended alongside her father, Scott.
The “Lavender Haze” singer’s father previously got to spend time with Kelce when they jetted down to South America to support Taylor at one of her Argentina shows last month.
Scott rocked Chiefs’ swag during the concert, despite Kelce sharing in one of his previous “New Heights” podcast episodes that his girlfriend’s father was a Philadelphia Eagles fan.
“I might have persuaded him [to be a Kansas City Chiefs fan] at dinner the night before when I met him,” Travis told his brother, Jason Kelce, who plays for the Eagles.
Ahead of their Buenos Aires dinner, Travis and Taylor, both 34, were spotted holding hands with Scott nearby.
The “Blank Space” singer could be seen yelling “f–k” after Kelce missed a catch in the endzone due to the tumble.FOX NFL
Despite the fall, the Kansas City Chiefs were able to take home a win against the New England Patriots.Maddie Meyer/Getty Images
Scott’s appearance in the stands Sunday comes after rumors began swirling that the NFL star had asked for his blessing to propose to the “Look What You Made Me Do” songstress.
“Scott has been asked for his blessing and has wholeheartedly given it, and Travis has been talking to friends about a ring,” a source told Page Six earlier this week.
The insider emphasized that the Grammy winner’s relationship with Travis is drastically different from her past romantic partners, whom she has typically had to keep a low profile with.
“[Travis is] the most extroverted guy Taylor has dated in forever,” the source said. “This is so much truer to who Taylor is than any prior relationship.”
Taylor’s father, Scott, was also in attendance for the game.
“If Taylor wants to change the lyrics to her song after four months of dating and sing in front of 60,000 people … Travis will stand there beaming for the crowd — he’s digging it,” they added.
Swift notably changed the lyrics of “Karma” during her Nov. 13 show from “Karma is the guy on the screen” to “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to me.”
“Taylor finally has a partner willing and game,” the source added. “He’s like, ‘I’ll stand by the side of the stage and wait for you to jump in my arms — I’ll do that!’”