Simone Biles Center Of Attention While Supporting NFL Player Hubbie

Simone Biles Center Of Attention While Supporting NFL Player Hubbie

Simone Biles and Taylor Swift were both in attendance, but some Packers fans decided to troll Swift by rooting for Biles instead.

Love was in the air at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin Sunday night as the Green Bay Packers faced off against the Kansas City Chiefs.

With all-world gymnast Simone Biles being married to Green Bay safety Jonathan Owens, she was front and center to cheer her husband on. But so was Taylor Swift, who was in town to support her high-profile boyfriend, Chiefs’ star tight end Travis Kelce.

But Packers fans were unfazed by Swift’s billionaire pop star status, and trolled the “Bad Blood” singer by holding up signs in support of Biles. Some of the signs placed X’s on Swift face and praised the seven-time Olympic medalist.

“We’re not here to see Taylor, we wanna see Simone!” one sign read.

“Shake it off Green Bay we have Simone Biles,” read another.

Biles stayed warm in the freezing Wisconsin weather by wearing a personalized Green Bay jacket which carried Owens’ name and number. She and Owens tied the knot in Houston in April. The pair have been inseparable since announcing their relationship in 2020. Fans have gotten peeks into their decision to move in together, get engaged, and eventually married.

Meanwhile, Swift and Kelce have all eyes on them as they enjoy the early stages of their budding romance that started in October. The pop star has received mixed reviews from NFL fans when she attends games. But she and Kelce are still going strong.

One things for sure, if it ends up being a Packers vs Chiefs showdown for the Super Bowl, Biles might give Swift some competition with her growing fan club.

Oh, and the resurgent Packers beat the Chiefs, 27-19 as Owens and Kelce were involved in the game’s final play, a failed Hail Mary into the endzone.

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