Taylor Swift won’t be in attendance to watch Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce at Chiefs-Eagles

Taylor Swift was rumored to be in attendance at Arrowhead Stadium on Monday when Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs take on his brother Jason Kelce and the Philadelphia Eagles, but it appears the pop star won’t be able to make it due to a scheduling conflict.

Swift had one of her shows on the international leg of The Eras Tour moved to Monday due to extreme temperatures in Rio De Janeiro. The schedule change came after a 23-year-old fan collapsed and died at Swift’s concert on Friday in Rio amid a heat wave that caused temperatures in the arena to climb to move than 102 degrees Fahrenheit, according to Vanity Fair.

Swift had reportedly planned to make the marathon flight from Brazil to Kansas City this weekend, per multiple reports, as plans were seemingly in place for the Kelce and Swift parents to meet for the first time. However, due to Friday’s tragedy, Swift canceled her Saturday concert, which was eventually rescheduled until Monday.

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[Related: Taylor Swift’s absence shifts Travis Kelce’s Monday Night Football prop markets]

It’s unknown whether any of Swift’s family members will still make the trip out to Kansas City for Monday’s game. Kelce, meanwhile, revealed in an interview with the Wall Street Journal that some of her cousins gave him an unintentional assist by taking pictures near his locker when the U.S. portion of The Eras Tour swung through K.C. last summer.

The Eagles enter Monday’s tilt (8:15 p.m. ET) with the NFL’s best record (8-1) and will aim to avenge their 38-35 loss to the Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII.

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