LAS VEGAS (BVM) – The NFL’s MVP (“Most Valuable Princess”), Taylor Swift, has a concert on Feb. 10 in Tokyo, Japan – meaning she’ll probably take a last-minute flight to Las Vegas if Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs secure a spot in the Feb. 11 Super Bowl.
Swift can make it to the Super Bowl if she takes a one-way flight from her Tokyo, Japan concert to the big game in Las Vegas. The average flight is 12 hours long over 5,500 miles.
Swift’s concert is set to begin at 6 p.m. in Tokyo on Saturday, Feb. 10. The concert should end at around 10 p.m. – which is also 5 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 10 in Las Vegas time (since Las Vegas is 17 hours behind Tokyo). If Swift decided to take a midnight flight out of Tokyo following her concert and fly for an average of 12 hours – then she’d arrive at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 10 in Las Vegas. This way, she’d still get a full night’s rest before the biggest American sporting event of the year.
It is physically possible for Swift to make it to the Super Bowl, but it’s expected that it’ll take a toll on her mentally. The pop star typically takes the day after her concert to rest because she sings and dances in heels for 3 hours and 15 minutes.
“I do not leave my bed except to get food and take it back to my bed and eat it there,” Swift told TIME about how she rests after a concert. “It’s a dream scenario. I can barely speak because I’ve been singing for three shows straight. Every time I take a step my feet go crunch, crunch, crunch from dancing in heels.”
Swift clearly has an important decision to make if the Chiefs beat the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC championship game on Sunday.