A new Baltimore Ravens hype video that’s going viral on social media shows Taylor Swift looking shocked at the sight of famed quarterback Lamar Jackson.
The “Cruel Summer” singer’s boyfriend Travis Kelce is set to take on Jackson’s team when the Kansas City Chiefs play the Ravens in Sunday’s AFC championship game.
In the fan-made TikTok clip, which already has over 10 million views, Swift can be seen celebrating at a previous Chiefs game alongside pal Brittany Mahomes in a VIP suite.
The Chiefs WAGs were all smiles as “Style (Taylor’s Version)” played in the background, before the video ominously cut to a shot of Jackson leading his team onto the field.
The following clip featured Swift, 34, standing up with a frightened expression on her face, meant to imply she was afraid of the Ravens quarterback and his teammates.
However, the original video was actually captured during a Chiefs game earlier this season, where Swift and Patrick Mahomes’ wife cheered on their men.
The Grammy winner is known to be expressive while watching the tight end from the private hospitality area with his friends and family.
Most recently, she reacted to Travis’ brother, Jason Kelce, taking his shirt off to celebrate a touchdown her boyfriend made during last Sunday’s matchup against the Buffalo Bills.
Swift, who was standing beside the Kelce brothers’ parents, Donna and Ed Kelce, at the time, looked visibly shocked by the Philadelphia Eagles player stripping down to his trousers.
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The “Love Story” singer put her hands up to her face in disbelief as her boyfriend’s older brother ripped off his shirt during the high-stakes playoff game, which inched the Chiefs one step closer to next month’s Super Bowl.
Earlier this week, Travis briefly addressed his romance with Swift, which began last summer, in a press conference ahead of his team’s game against the Ravens.
“The only thing we’ve talked about is as long as we’re happy, we can’t listen to anything that’s outside noise,” he said during a press conference Friday.
“That’s all that matters,” he added.
The winner of the Sunday afternoon game will meet the winner of the Detroit Lions vs. San Francisco 49ers game in the Super Bowl LVIII, which is set to take place Feb. 11 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.