Taylor Swift: From Tokyo to Super Bowl, Japanese Embassy Says Taylor Swift: From Tokyo to Super Bowl, Japanese Embassy Confirms
Taylor Swift can Comfortably Arrive in Las Vegas for Super Bowl
Fans of Taylor Swift can breathe a sigh of relief as the Japanese Embassy has assured her arrival in Las Vegas for the Super Bowl despite her ongoing Eras Tour in Tokyo. With witty references to Swift’s albums, the embassy confidently stated that she can perform in Tokyo on February 10 and still make it to Vegas in time for the game.
“Be Fearless”: Embassy’s Message to Concerned Fans
The embassy’s statement, sprinkled with Swift’s song titles, addressed concerns about her tight schedule. Quoting lyrics from “Speak Now” and “Fearless,” the embassy reassured fans thaT Swift can delight Japanese audiences while supporting the Kansas City Chiefs in Las Vegas.
Swift’s Tokyo Dome Performances and Super Bowl Appearance
Swift’s Eras Tour includes four nights at the Tokyo Dome from February 7 to 10. However, she won’t attend the 2024 Grammy Awards due to these tour dates. Despite this, the embassy and other sources have confirmed the feasibility of her attending the Super Bowl.
Drew Barrymore and The West Wing Join the Conversation
The embassy’s statement is not the only confirmation of Swift’s potential Super Bowl appearance. A resurfaced episode of The West Wing and actress Drew Barrymore have also discussed how Swift can manage both her tour and the game. Barrymore calculated thaT Swift could arrive in Las Vegas on February 10, giving her ample time to rest before the Super Bowl.
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