Taylor Swift spotted screaming expletive as she watches boyfriend Travis Kelce

Taylor Swift was caught on camera shouting an expletive, when her boyfriend Travis Kelce missed a catch during an NFL game.

The Kansas City Chiefs were playing against the New England Patriots, and even though the Patriots aren't as strong as they used to be, it was still a tense match.

The Chiefs were leading 14-10 in the third quarter and wanted to score more points, but Kelce dropped the ball in the endzone after a great throw from Patrick Mahomes. Travis was seen to be really upset and wanted a penalty, while Taylor Swift was spotted simply shouting "F***!"

The cameras at Gillette Stadium showed Taylor saying the swear word, while also spotting her seeming to say, '"I wanna see [the play] back," because of her boyfriend's mistake.

Travis didn't get the penalty he wanted because the referees said that Kyle Dugger from the Patriots tackled him fairly. So, the Chiefs only got three points from a field goal instead of a touchdown.

Taylor has been to seven games this season to support Travis, and it looks like she brings them luck because the Chiefs won again.

Taylor's dad, Scott, also joined her on the trip to Boston. The singer was also accompanied by her close friends Alana Haim, a member of the pop rock band Haim, and stylist Ashley Avignone.

Taylor recently marked her 34th birthday with fun-filled party in New York City, where she was joined by a string of A-list guests including Blake Lively and Gigi Hadid.

The pop star hosted a star-studded get together at an undisclosed eatery in NYC on Wednesday, 13 December to celebrate her big day, and gave fans a sneak peek inside the party in a series of Instagram photographs.

Taylor could be seen partying the night away alongside actress Blake, 36, and supermodel Gigi, 28, in the fun snaps, as well as actress Zoe Kravitz, producer Jack Antonoff and singer Sabrina Carpenter.

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