Feet, don’t fail her now.
Lana Del Rey was seen taking a tumble in the VIP box at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas yesterday.
The Video Games hitmaker was seemingly knocked over in her seat after her friend Taylor Swift and the rest of the star-studded suite erupted in celebration following the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl win.
In a video shared on social media, the 38-year-old was seen joining the group — consisting of Swift, Ice Spice, Keleigh Sperry, and Blake Lively — in celebrating Travis Kelce’s big win.
In the clip, the singer can be seen getting caught in the excitement before losing her balance and being knocked down back in her seat.
The others quickly helped her back up after noticing the mishap.
Del Rey’s attendance surprised some fans on social media, considering she’s a hardcore fan of the San Francisco 49ers, who lost out on the Super Bowl trophy to the Chiefs in overtime.
After the Chiefs’ big win, Swift was seen kissing her man on the field as they gushed over his third Super Bowl title.
“Oh, my God,” she said to the tight end as she gave him a big hug and multiple smooches. “Unbelievable!” she added as she patted his back.
Swift was tackled by friends before she went onto the field, where she was seen loving on her boyfriend.
Del Rey sporty outing comes just days after she enjoyed a sweet moment with Swift at the 2024 Grammys.
Swift, who picked up two awards, brought Del Rey up onstage with her to share in the celebrations.
The Cruel Summer hitmaker, who has been nominated for 52 Grammys in her career, received six nominations this year for her album Midnights, which won the Grammys for Best Pop Vocal Album and Album of the Year.
Her lead track Anti-Hero was nominated for Song of the Year, Record of the Year, and Best Pop Solo Performance.
What’s more, she was also nominated in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category for her song Karma.
Swift also sent fans into overdrive after announcing her new album, Tortured Poets Department. The singer’s 11th studio album will be out on April 19.
This story originally appeared on Page Six and is republished here with permission.