Latest Global News | Taylor Swift got just 54 seconds of air time at Super Bowl 2024

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Taylor Swift’s Super Bowl 2024 minute wasn’t even that long.

The songstress, who attended the game at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, was shown for just 54 seconds on the CBS broadcast as she cheered on her boyfriend, Chiefs star Travis Kelce.

According to analyst Jason Pauley, footage of Swift accounted for just 0.36 percent of the four hours and eight minutes of game time on Sunday night.

That was actually down from the 0.39 percent of the broadcast in the AFC Championship game against the Ravens on Jan. 28.

CBS cameras aired just 54 seconds of Taylor Swift footage at Super Bowl 2024.

Still, her screen time beat out that of B-roll of Caesar’s Palace (27 seconds), footage of The Sphere (23 seconds) and singer Post Malone drinking a Bug Light in the stands (22 second), per Pauley.

Swift, who was in a suite alongside actress Blake Lively, rapper Ice Spice, Kelce’s mom Donna and his brother Jason, was often shown reacting to big plays made by Kansas City, though she had to wait until the third quarter to see the Chiefs score a touchdown.

Kelce came alive in the second half, hauling in eight catches for 92 yards after catching just one pass for a yard in the opening 30 minutes of play.

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The rough start to the game also saw the tight end get into a tiff with coach Andy Reid, telling him, “Hey, come on, you f–ker, put me on,” lip reader Jeremy Freeman told The Post.

Things took a much happier turn by the time the final whistle blew and the Chiefs captured a thrilling 25-22 win for their second straight Super Bowl win.

Swift and Kelce were caught on the field sharing a kiss and hugging to celebrate the victory.

Travis Kelce #87 of the Kansas City Chiefs kisses Taylor Swift after defeating the San Francisco 49ers 2 during Super Bowl 2024. Getty Images

“Oh my God, oh my God,” she was heard saying in a clip of the moment. “I cannot believe that, I can’t believe it. How did you do that?”

The couple continued celebrating into the early hours of Monday morning — sans CBS cameras — hanging out with Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his wife, Brittany, at a star-studded bash at XS Nightclub at Wynn Las Vegas.

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