'Just a fan like the rest of us': Internet buzzes as Taylor Swift asked NFL cameras to move away during Ravens vs Chiefs game

'Just a fan like the rest of us': Internet buzzes as Taylor Swift asked NFL cameras to move away during Ravens vs Chiefs game
Taylor Swift apparently told NFL cameras to 'Go away, please' during Ravens vs Chiefs game (Getty Images)

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND: Music icon Taylor Swift was "just a fan like the rest of us" at the AFC Championship Game on Sunday, January 28, where the Kansas City Chiefs clashed with the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium.

Her spontaneous reaction upon realizing she was being televised is now making waves.

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Ever since Swift reportedly started dating Chiefs' star tight end Travis Kelce, the cameras have been consistently capturing her reactions.

Taylor Swift's reaction to NFL cameras



 

The Chiefs were leading the game with a score of 17-7 at halftime, per Fox News.

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Initially, Swift was seen visibly excited when Kelce reportedly made a touchdown, followed by the Ravens celebrating their first touchdown with some swag surfing.

As halftime approached, CBS aired a promo for the Grammy Awards, where Swift is a nominee in six categories this year.

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The broadcast focused on Swift for an extended period, to the point where she realized she was being televised.

The camera continued to linger, leading Swift to seemingly mouth "go away, please"

Internet buzzes over Swift's reaction to NFL cameras



 

Social media users quickly responded to Swift's reaction to NFL cameras with many echoing the sentiment that she should be left alone.

One user commented on Facebook, "Leave her alone. She is just a fan like the rest of us."

Another user wrote, "I agree with her. I want to watch the Chiefs, too, not her."

"She should be allowed to watch the game in peace," noted a fan. 

A person stated, "She’s loving every minute of it!!! Otherwise she wouldn’t be there."

"Imagine that she went to the game to watch - wait for it - the game! That makes her a fan. Nothing wrong with that," remarked another. 

Another perso shared, "Leave her alone, so she loves a player, she deserves some privacy. They both do."

"We keep saying the same thing, but it doesn't work for us," joked another. 

"I love her, but I don't understand this hyper focus on her right now. Let her enjoy these moments in peace,' shared a person. 

Another person added, I agree with her, she would like to enjoy the game without all the hype on her. She didn’t ask for it."

This article contains remarks made on the Internet by individual people and organizations. MEAWW cannot confirm them independently and does not support claims or opinions being made online.

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