With Las Vegas known as the entertainment capital of the world, it was expected that some of the biggest stars would be in attendance at Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium on Sunday (Feb. 11).
In a new photo (above) from the game, in which the Kansas City Chiefs faced off against the San Francisco 49ers, Taylor Swift spent some time with Sir Paul McCartney.
The Beatles legend and the “All Too Well” singer previously teamed up for a wide-ranging conversation for Rolling Stone’s Musicians on Musicians series. Before that, McCartney has said that “Who Cares,” a track from his 2018 solo album Egypt Station, was actually inspired by Swift and the fan connection she has.
“I was actually thinking about Taylor Swift and her relationship to her young fans and how it’s sort of a sisterly thing,” McCartney told the BBC. “And I was imagining talking to one of these young fans and saying, ‘Have you ever been bullied? Do you get bullied?’” he continued. “Then I say, ‘Who cares about the idiots? Who cares about all this? Who cares about you? Well … I do.’”
Swift, of course, was at the Super Bowl supporting her boyfriend and Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. She was joined at the event by her famous pals Blake Lively and Ice Spice, and spent time with her “Snow on the Beach” collaborator Lana Del Rey.
The Kansas City Chiefs eventually won 25-22 in overtime.