The "Lover" singer showed her support for the Chiefs head coach after Kansas City's win on Sunday
Travis Kelce liked a photo on Instagram of Taylor Swift and Andy Reid celebrating after the Chiefs' AFC Championship win
Reid has been supportive of the NFL star and singer's relationship since it began
The Chiefs will compete in Super Bowl LVIII on Feb. 11 in Las Vegas
The 34-year-old NFL star and his girlfriend Taylor Swift nearly broke the internet when they shared a loving moment on the field at M&T Bank Stadium after Kansas City defeated the Baltimore Ravens 17-10 in the AFC Championship game.
Swift, 34, was all smiles as she celebrated Kelce's conference championship, and the 12-time Grammy winner shared adorable moments with her beau's parents, Donna and Ed Kelce, and Chiefs head coach Andy Reid.
And when fans noticed Swift supporting Reid, 65, during the Chiefs' trophy ceremony, the moment quickly went viral on social media.
On Sunday night, Kelce "liked" a post from ESPN on Instagram showing the singer pointing from the field directly to the head coach on stage.
"Andy Reid finds Taylor Swift in the crowd and points her way," ESPN insider Jeff Darlington wrote in the post, calling it a "fun moment between the two" on Sunday.
Kelce hit "like" on the Instagram post, showing his support for the friendship between Swift and Reid, who initially knew of one another through the singer's father, Scott Swift.
During an appearance on Outkick's The Five Spot in October, Reid revealed that he "knew her from Philadelphia; her dad was a big NFL fan, so I had met her when she was real young, and her dad."
Reid also jokingly took credit for orchestrating the romance between Swift and Kelce during his interview with Outkick. "I joked about setting Kelce up, and, you know, I'm just saying!" Reid said, laughing with the show's host.
"She's a good girl, she's into it, we're glad she's here," Reid added of Swift at the time.
In December, Reid told reporters he's "a big fan" of Swift's after she attended the Chiefs' 27-17 win over the New England Patriots. "Listen, I'm a big fan, so I'm glad she was here, and I hope she enjoyed it," Reid said.
He added, "She's got a great guy she's dating right now, so I'm happy for both of them."
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“Football is awesome, it turns out,” Swift told the outlet, adding, “I’ve been missing out my whole life.”
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