Taylor Swift landed in Los Angeles and headed to Vegas for the Super Bowl

Music superstar Taylor Swift has returned to the United States from Japan and is on her way to watch boyfriend Travis Kelce play in the Super Bowl in Las Vegas, US media reported.
The singer landed in Los Angeles on a private jet from Tokyo, where she held the final leg of her Eras tour.
The pop icon was seen almost completely hidden by a light blue umbrella as she climbed into a waiting SUV to be whisked away in a presidential-style motorcade.
That ended speculation on social media about the exact whereabouts of Swift, whose relationship with the Kansas City Chiefs star has taken the NFL by storm this season.
Internet flight tracking sleuths at X have posted regular updates on the status of the plane believed to be carrying the Swift that left Tokyo. The plane - dubbed "The Soccer Era" on flight-tracking website Flightradar24 - eventually landed in Los Angeles.
However, other people believe that Swift was on a completely different plane.
Meanwhile, Gracie Hunt, daughter of Kansas City Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt, could barely contain her excitement over the impending arrival of the 34-year-old superstar.
"She is coming! She is coming! We're thrilled,” Gracie said at a red carpet event in Las Vegas.
Swift's 8,900km trans-Pacific journey across several time zones means she will be in Vegas in time to watch Sunday's Super Bowl, which kicks off at 3:30pm local time (01:30 Bulgarian time).
The pop culture icon's relationship with Kelsey has captivated fans this season and is believed to be behind a sharp increase in female viewership at Kansas City games.
Swift regularly appears in a private box during games to watch her boyfriend, and her appearance at Sunday's Super Bowl in SinCity could help set a television ratings record for the biggest event on the US sporting calendar.
Meanwhile, the charismatic Kelsey says he's relishing the attention from his celebrity romance and joked this week that he feels under pressure to win after Swift's record fourth album of the year at the Grammys last weekend.
"She's amazing, rewriting the history books," Kelsey said of Swift. "I told her I had to do my part of the deal and also bring something home," he added. /BGNES