Speculation is rife about Taylor Swift’s potential presence at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park on January 21 when the Buffalo Bills face the Kansas City Chiefs in an AFC Divisional Round clash.
Swift, entangled in an extensively covered relationship with Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, has attended six of his last seven games.
Meanwhile, Bills quarterback Josh Allen finds himself with Hollywood starlet Hailee Steinfeld in his corner.
Although Allen and Steinfeld have endeavored to keep their relationship private, rumors surfaced last May when they were spotted together at a New York City sushi restaurant shortly after reports of Allen’s separation from longtime girlfriend Brittany Williams.
Hailee Steinfeld, a Los Angeles native, has been acting since childhood, gaining critical acclaim and an Oscar nomination for her role in the 2010 film “True Grit.”
At 27, like Allen, Steinfeld has an impressive acting portfolio, including notable works like “The Edge of Seventeen” and voicing Gwen Stacy/Spider-Woman in “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.”
In addition to her acting career, Steinfeld has found success as a pop singer with singles such as “Most Girls,” “Love Myself,” and “Starving.”
Although she hasn’t publicly addressed her relationship with Allen, Steinfeld has attended Bills home games and was reportedly present for Allen’s 52-yard touchdown run during the wild-card win against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Despite keeping tight-lipped about her relationship, Steinfeld’s actions, such as shopping for Bills gear in Buffalo with Allen’s mom, LaVonne, and expressing optimism about the Bills’ victory during a red-carpet interview at the Golden Globes, suggest her support for Allen and the team.