Taylor Swift Celebrates Chiefs Winning Super Bowl By Tearing Up The Club

Taylor Swift was vibing after the Kansas City Chiefs locked up back-to-back Super Bowl victories.

The Chiefs needed overtime to beat the 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII, and the game was absolutely electric from the start through the final touchdown.

The content was fire on and off the field, and the fireworks really started exploding when the Chiefs hit up Zouk at Resorts World to cut loose.

Taylor Swift hits the club to celebrate the Chiefs winning the Super Bowl.

Swift and the rest of the Chiefs and everyone's entourages hit up Zouk at Resorts World to celebrate Mahomes' third ring and it didn't take long for videos to start hitting the web.

It appeared the "Wildest Dreams" singer was having an absolute time cutting loose with Travis Kelce and everyone else.

Seriously, this might be the biggest power move I've seen in a very long time. Imagine going to a club after your significant other wins a ring and you're just spitting to your own hits.

It's not often Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce aren't the two most famous people in any room they're in, but that's definitely not the case whenever Taylor Swift is around.

She easily eclipses both in fame by miles. She might be the most famous woman on the planet.

Also, how does Taylor Swift's security detail handle a situation like this? Clubs are very chaotic. They're crowded, people are constantly moving and it's generally miserable. I hate them, but at least I don't have to worry about mobs of people trying to get near me.

That's not the same for Taylor Swift. She draws massive crowds, and I can't imagine the headaches that must come with protecting her in a club environment. Sounds like an absolute nightmare.

Say whatever you want about Taylor Swift, but the one thing you can't say is that she doesn't move the needle. She does and does it in a big way. Let me know what you think at David.Hookstead@outkick.com.

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David Hookstead is a reporter for OutKick covering a variety of topics with a focus on football and culture. He also hosts of the podcast American Joyride that is accessible on Outkick where he interviews American heroes and outlines their unique stories. Before joining OutKick, Hookstead worked for the Daily Caller for seven years covering similar topics. Hookstead is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin.