Taylor Swift Leaves Zero Bond in New York City After Watching Travis Kelce's Win over the New York Jets

Swift cheered on the tight end at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey as his team the Kansas City Chiefs took on the Jets

Taylor Swift stepped out in New York City after watching Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs' 23-20 win over the New York Jets.

The 33-year-old pop star was pictured leaving Zero Bond in the Big Apple on Sunday following her attendance at the game at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. She was accompanied by her brother Austin Swift and his model girlfriend Sydney Ness.

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Swift wore the same chic outfit she wore to the game for her N.Y.C. outing: a pair of Area high-waisted light-wash denim shorts featuring crystal embellishments with a black leather-look jacket.

Beneath the jacket, she wore a black long-sleeved top and accessorized with a pair of black knee-high stiletto boots with red soles. Swift also sported her signature bold red lip color and wore her long hair down.

Zero Bond appears to be a favorite of the "Style” singer's. Last month, Swift was photographed leaving the members-only club with her close friend Blake Lively, while in August, she and Ed Sheeran were spotted grabbing dinner at the establishment, located in N.Y.C.'s NoHo neighborhood.

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<p>Robert Kamau/GC Images</p> Taylor Swift in New York City on Oct. 1, 2023

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Taylor Swift in New York City on Oct. 1, 2023

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Earlier in the day, Swift was seen showing her support for her rumored new flame Kelce, 33, in the stands at the stadium in East Rutherford.

The megastar's appearance at the game comes after she was seen cheering for Kelce at the Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City with his mom Donna Kelce on Sept. 24. Days before the game, Kelce shared that he invited the "Karma" singer to see him play.

In his first public comments since the viral outing, Kelce said on his podcast, New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce, "Shout out to Taylor for pulling up. That was pretty ballsy,” adding that “she looked amazing.”

The athlete was especially excited to see Swift celebrate his win — and his touchdown — alongside his mom.

He raved, “To see the slow motion chest bumps, to see the high fives with Mom, to see how, you know, Chiefs kingdom was all excited that she was there — that s--- was absolutely hysterical and it was definitely a game I’ll remember, that’s for damn sure.”

<p>Steve Granitz/FilmMagic, Taylor Hill/Getty</p> Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift

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Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift

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After the Chiefs' 41-10 victory, Swift impressed the tight end's family and friends during an after party in Kansas City. Kelce said his family and friends "had nothing but great things to say about her," adding that “everybody was talking about her in great light.”

It was the first time Swift had met Travis’ parents, a source told PEOPLE, and it went smoothly: “Everyone was enjoying themselves. She was super chill and low-key hanging out with his friends and family.”

The Sept. 24 wasn’t Kelce and Swift's first time hanging out, a source told PEOPLE, adding that the pair are still in the “super, super early days” of getting to know each other but “having fun.”

For now though, they’re taking it slow. "They're just hanging out, and there's no pressure," the source added at the time.

Swift will resume her Eras Tour dates on Nov. 9 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and she'll continue to tour South America through the end of the month. Then, in February, she'll resume in Japan.

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