Sunday, February 25, 2024

Fans Speculate Whether Taylor Swift Will Make It To Super Bowl After Boarding Buddy Holly’s Old Plane

TOKYO — As the international pop star rushed onto the private plane after a sold-out show at the Tokyo Dome, fans around the world speculated Sunday whether Taylor Swift would make it to the Super Bowl after being boarding Buddy Holly’s old plane. “I just pray that Tay Tay makes it to the big game in time to see Travis play despite the low visibility conditions and the fact that she chartered a 75-year-old plane that has already had at least one fatal accident,” said Ohio resident and self-proclaimed “Swiftie” Maggie Turnbull, who eagerly refreshed her phone to find out how far from Las Vegas the singer was while traveling in the same Beechcraft 35 Bonanza that crashed a night in February 1959, killing rock and roll pioneers Holly, Ritchie Valens and JP Richardson, better known as the Big Bopper. “Someone posted a video from Tokyo airport, and it was like a fairy tale watching this rickety old four-seater plane disappear into the snowy fog, taking him across an ocean to see the love of his life.” At press time, fans were reportedly upset after Taylor Swift didn’t make it to the Super Bowl.

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