Charm Taylor Swift She’s officially sponsored by the number 13 — and she’s bringing her powers to the Super Bowl. (Yes, we He knows this sounds crazy.)
In case you missed it, Swift’s passion for the number comes from her birthday, December 13, 1989. During her early performing days, she would walk on stage with the number 13 drawn on her hand in turquoise blue with a black outline.
“I was born on the 13th. I turned 13 on Friday the 13th. My first album went gold in 13 weeks. My first No. 1 song had a 13-second intro,” Swift said in a 2009 interview with MTV News. Every time I won an award, I sat in either the 13th seat, the 13th row, the 13th section or the M row, which is the 13th letter. Basically, whenever the number 13 comes into my life, it’s a good thing.
It seems that anything Swift associates with the number 13 is an Easter egg of sorts — and Swifties will be there to decode the message. As it turned out, Super Bowl LVIII had a lot of 13 connections, with some fans convinced it brought good luck to their boyfriend Travis Kelsey The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers 25-22 on Sunday, February 11.
Keep scrolling to reveal all of Super Bowl LVIII’s connections to the number 13:
Kansas City Chiefs win 2023 with Kelce
The Chiefs are 15-6 in the 2023-24 season, with Kelce missing two games — aka a team that has won 13 times with Kelce on the field.
Super Bowl 58 – and it’s history
The numbers are going crazy with this. The 2024 Super Bowl was the 58th — and what’s 5+8? 13! The date of the match, February 11, was also factored into this theory. February is the second month of the year, and 2+11 is also the 13th.
Swift’s appearances at NFL games
Super Bowl LVII marked Swift’s 13th NFL game since she and Kelce went public in September 2023.
Swift flight from Tokyo to Las Vegas
The flight from Tokyo – where Swift performed Tour of the ages For four dates ending on February 10 – it was 13 hours in total.
The Kansas City Chiefs play the San Francisco 49ers
Aside from 4+9 being 13 — a reference to the 49ers — the team standings were also clear. The 49ers were the No. 1 seed in the NFC while the Chiefs held on to the No. 1 seed in the AFC heading into the Super Bowl. One and three can only mean one thing, 13.
The result of the first half
When the teams headed to their locker rooms at halftime, the score was 10-3 (or maybe 13) with the 49ers ahead.