Adele threw her support behind Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce ahead of Sunday’s Super Bowl in Las Vegas.
The “Skyfall” singer had a pointed message for those who have taken issue with the “Love Story” hitmaker’s appearances on recent NFL broadcasts.
“[For] all of you complaining about Taylor being at the game, get a f—king life, that’s her f—king boyfriend,” Adele quipped during her “Weekends With Adele” concert in Las Vegas Saturday night.
The British beauty, 35, also revealed which team she wants to win the big game
“I want the [San Francisco] 49ers to win but I also want the Chiefs to win. I think I want the Chiefs to win just because Taylor Swift goes for them,” she said while sitting at the piano, as the crowd erupted into cheers.
“She’s actually made it a bit more enjoyable to watch, because like I said I have no idea what’s going on,” the songstress joked.
Fans were quick to praise Adele for throwing her support behind Swift, 34.
“We LOVE Adele for that, I always knew she was mother,” one fan wrote in response to the clip, while a second person chimed in, “Protect Adele at all costs.”
Many others noted they want the two powerhouse women to make music together.
“Now we want a collab,” one fan wrote.
“I don’t know how they know what suite I’m in,” Swift said in December after being named Time’s Person of the Year.
“There’s a camera, like, a half-mile away, and you don’t know where it is, and you have no idea when the camera is putting you in the broadcast, so I don’t know if I’m being shown 17 times or once,” she went on, noting she was solely there “to support Travis.”
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“I have no awareness of if I’m being shown too much and pissing off a few dads, Brads, and Chads,” she quipped.
Swift will also be on hand to support Kelce, 34, at Super Bowl LVIII, where she’s expected to sit in a VIP suite that her beau picked up the tab for.
The “Catching Kelce” alum — who is reportedly worth about $30 million — spoke out on his podcast about the extreme costs associated with the big game.
“I’m not really doing much different other than just counting how much money I’m spending on this damn Super Bowl for family and friends to come,” he told his brother, Jason Kelce, on the “New Heights” podcast earlier this month.
“Just making sure I’m on top of those finances and losing all this money,” he added.