In a delightful rendezvous, Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce were recently spotted not once, but twice, at the festive Miracle Bar in Kansas City.
The pair, known for their love of holiday cheer, first attended a holiday party at Miracle alongside Brittany and Patrick Mahomes.
Their second visit occurred on a Sunday, following the Chiefs game against the Buffalo Bills.
Miracle, a limited-run holiday-themed bar, boasts three locations in Kansas City and a total of 131 across the U.S.
Originating in 2014, the pop-ups, curated by owner Greg Boehm, are renowned for their extravagant Christmas decorations and holiday-themed drinks.
The menu at Miracle features an array of fun drinks, including the vodka-based “Christmapolitan,” the cognac-based “Jingle Balls Nog,” and the vodka-based “Rudolph’s Replacement.”
Swift, a popular figure, was sighted by fans at one of the Miracle locations in Kansas City, holding her own festive cocktail—speculated to be the “Christmapolitan” by X (formerly Twitter) enthusiasts.
Earlier this month, rumors circulated online about Swift’s presence at the Chiefs’ holiday gathering at Miracle, which appeared to be a costume party with couples donning matching outfits.
Notably, the Mahomes were spotted in matching reindeer onesies, setting the tone for the festive celebration.
An onlooker shared details about the party, revealing that Swift’s holiday song “Christmas Tree Farm” played in the semiprivate back room of the venue.
Attendees, including Swift and Kelce, radiated happiness and festive energy throughout the celebration.
At the party, Swift donned a black sweatshirt, with photos circulating online suggesting that the couple may have worn matching holiday sweaters featuring a comical reference to one of Kelce’s viral old tweets.
The Miracle Bar, embracing its celebrity clientele, reposted photos on Facebook where a customer claimed to have hung out with Taylor Swift on a Friday night.
The caption humorously read, “Hung out with Taylor Swift here last night, and by hanging out, I mean she was there, and so were we.”