Kansas City Chiefs fans eagerly await Taylor Swift's potential appearance at Super Bowl victory parade
Why it matters
The potential appearance of Taylor Swift at the Super Bowl victory parade has generated significant excitement among Kansas City Chiefs fans and the public.
What the papers say
AP News and The Independent report on the anticipation of Taylor Swift's potential appearance at the Super Bowl victory parade, while The New York Times and NY Post discuss the possibility of her visiting the White House.
How we got here
The Kansas City Chiefs won their third Super Bowl title in five seasons, and fans are eagerly awaiting the victory parade.
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