Taylor Swift just had a huge moment in her career.

On Friday, she had her biggest crowd ever on her Eras Tour at Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia.

There were 96,000 fans at the sold-out show, which is more than any other concert she’s done so far. She’s had some big gigs before, like performing for 74,000 people at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey in May.

In a video shared on X (formerly Twitter), Swift told the crowd, “This is the biggest show that we have done on this tour or any tour I have ever done.”

She added, “That’s the version you get of me tonight, the version that’s completely starstruck by the fact that so many of you wanted to hang out with us on a Friday night in Melbourne.”

This show in Melbourne is Swift’s first tour in Australia since 2018. She’s also performing at MCG on Feb. 17 and 18, then heading to Sydney for more shows at Accor Stadium next weekend.

Swift flew from her Tokyo show on Saturday to watch her boyfriend Travis Kelce play in the Super Bowl in Las Vegas. Kelce’s team, the Kansas City Chiefs, won the game against the San Francisco 49ers.

After the game, Swift and Kelce partied together. Even though they couldn’t spend Valentine’s Day together, Kelce did something special for Swift in Vegas.

At a nightclub, Kelce danced to Swift’s song “You Belong with Me” when it played. Swift called it “the most romantic thing” and was really happy about it.

In a video, Swift and Kelce talked about the moment with Drew Taggart of The Chainsmokers and his girlfriend. Kelce almost missed the song because he was in the bathroom, but he made it in time to dance with Swift.

In a PEOPLE magazine cover story, a source close to Kelce said he’s ready to support Swift during her tour. He’s been supported by her during his football season, so now he wants to do the same for her.

“Football is everything to him. He lives and breathes it. But he’s ready for some downtime now and to show up for Taylor the way she has for him,” the insider said. “The attention on them is definitely a lot, but Travis has done a great job deflecting and focusing on what’s important.”

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