Jelly Roll shares his thoughts on the effect Taylor Swift This season, he participated in an NFL game before the 58th Super Bowl.
The 39-year-old country singer spoke to Fox News Digital on the red carpet at Michael Rubin’s Fanatics Super Bowl party about the 34-year-old pop star giving the league credit for his ties to Kansas. The attention it brought was overwhelming. City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.
“Tyler had an unbelievable impact on the NFL, and I think we should do more to deserve it,” Jerry Rolle said Saturday.
He continued, “There should be more cross-collateralization like this. So I think that’s really cool. It’s always cool. And, Taylor is the queen. Absolutely. Can’t deny that.”
Ever since the 14-time Grammy winner started watching Kelce play last fall, Ratings and merchandise sales Soaring.
Eric Smallwood, president of Apex Marketing Group, told Fox News Digital that as of January 22, Swift had created $331.5 million in equivalent brand value (EBV) for the Kells football team and the NFL. Apex Marketing Group began tracking Swift’s starting value for the NFL in October at $166 million.
also, Swift exists The Chiefs’ games and support have helped the NFL attract a new fan base, many of them teenage girls, CBS reported. The outlet reports that since the start of football season, there has been a 53 percent increase in the number of girls aged 12 to 17 choosing to watch NFL games.
Swift is expected to attend Sunday’s Super Bowl between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs at Allegient Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The “Blank Space” hitmaker quickly flew back to the United States after wrapping up her Eras tour in Tokyo, Japan, on Friday night, The Associated Press reported on Saturday.
In addition to starring in two Super Bowl commercials, Jelly Roll will be in the stands watching the big game.
Over the weekend, the “Sinner’s Son” singer told Fox News Digital, “I got a Uber Eats Super Bowl commercial…This is the craziest thing that’s happened to me right now. “
In the ad, Jelly Roll is packing up his belongings in the bathroom when he sees himself in the mirror and is shocked by the appearance of his tattoos, declaring “They’re everywhere… and they’re scary!”
“You know how they say every joke has a grain of truth? That’s it,” he said of the ad’s concept, though he didn’t specify which of his tattoos he regretted.
Jelly Roll told Fox News Digital on Saturday that filming the ad was “awesome.”
“We shot for eight hours, so I wasn’t expecting this,” he recalled, “and it was fun. It was fun.”
The Hollywood Reporter confirmed Friday jelly roll Also will appear in a public service announcement for the health care advocacy nonprofit Power to the Patient, along with fellow musicians Lainey Wilson and Valerie June.
The group wrote in a statement that the purpose of airing the ad “is to force hospitals and insurance companies across the country to announce the actual prices of their services and procedures upfront, rather than charging patients after the fact,” the outlet reported.
In an interview with Fox News Digital, Jelly Roll reflected on how he feels about using his platform to help others and effect positive change.
“It feels good, but it’s also one of those things where I don’t know how good it feels. I just assume everyone is doing it or should be doing it,” Jerry Rolle said. “If God has been so gracious to give us all a platform, I think we should use it to the best of our ability. That’s what I’m trying to do.”
At the Fanatics party, Jelly Roll met Peyton Manning When asked what the football legend said to him, the singer told Fox News Digital, “He just walked up and said, ‘What’s up, Jelly? How are you? Have you been recording? ‘He said to me it was like we just went out to breakfast this morning. It was the coolest thing ever.”
Jelly Roll previously told People magazine that he is “trying” to decide which team to support in the 2024 Super Bowl. In an interview with Fox News Digital, the singer shared his thoughts on the Chiefs and 49ers.
“Kansas City, man, Patrick Mahomes is arguably one of the greatest football players of all time,” he said of the quarterback, “and I think he can break Tom Brady’s record. If he stays consistent, I believe that in my heart. ”
“but [49ers tight end] George Kittle is my kid, so I’m always rooting for George,” he added.