KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Diva Den isn't a destination — it's an experience.
Stephanie Campbell is a former football player turned Kansas City Chiefs super fan, and her spot puts the average man cave to shame.
"It takes a while to give the tour," she said during 41 Action News' first visit back in 2020.
About seven years ago, Campbell's wife Robyn surprised her with a signed Joe Montana helmet. A hobby was born.
This is what the Diva Den has transformed into since.
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41 Action News paid a visit back in 2020, as the Chiefs were headed to Super Bowl LIV. Since then, Campbell has added a replica Lombardi Trophy and some confetti from the field in Miami. Now, she's hoping to add another one even though she has no idea where to put it.
"It is kind of now becoming the heart and soul of The Diva Den. My only concern is if they keep winning, I'm going to have to start rearranging," Campbell said.
Although the parties this season have been virtual and the groups aren't quite as big, Campbell said she is incredibly grateful for another Chiefs football season ending in a Super Bowl.
"Having some sense of normalcy with the game and being able to play has at least taken our mind off of it and given us something to cheer about, some positive energy," Campbell said.
Campbell shared these tips for starting a game-day space.