Where’s Taylor? No Shortage Of Interest And Speculation On Her Travel Plans

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Taylor Swift‘s touchdown at Los Angeles International airport carried all the drama and excitement of a lunar landing.

Now the question is: how will she get to Las Vegas, and when? Where will she sit, and with whom? And what will happen post-game?

If she flies to Las Vegas on her $54 million Dassault Falcon-9 business jet, interested parties will be able to track her progress in real time on public sites like FlightRadar24. But she also has the option of taking an SUV caravan up the 15, a less likely path since the journey from L.A. takes 4-5 hours on a good traffic day.

FlightRadar24 told Gizmodo that an average of 6,000 people monitored Swift’s 9-hour flight from Tokyo to Los Angeles on Saturday at any given moment. In the final hour of the flight, Gizmodo confirmed that were there more than 10,400 people monitoring the flight live.

Boyfriend Travis Kelce has apparently sprung for a suite for his sweetie. The lineup there reportedly includes his parents, Donna and Ed Kelce, his brother, Jason, and sister-in-law Kylie, plus Andrea and Scott Swift, brother Austin Smith, and second-most-important girlfriend Sydney Ness.

There is no shortage of prop bets on Swift’s actions, but you can’t bet on them in the U.S. Foreign books and illegal off-shore operations have such propositions as whether Swift will be mentioned in any victory speech, whether Travis will propose, or how many times cameras will capture Taylor reactions in the suite.

If you’re considering wagering on that last one, bet the over.

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