Kylie Kelce’s Epic Reaction to Travis Kelce Singing And Dancing to Taylor Swift’s Song

Travis Kelce flew to London to support Taylor Swift as she made her next stop on the Eras Tour, and he couldn’t help but sing along to one very special song. The 34-year-old singer took the stage for her first night at Wembley Stadium on Friday, June 21, and Travis, along with brother Jason Kelce and his wife, Kylie Kelce, were spotted in attendance.



Throughout the night, the trio danced, signed merchandise, and exchanged friendship bracelets, but Travis took a moment to appreciate one particular performance. When Swift performed her song “So High School,” Travis could be seen singing along and miming some of the dancing. “Truth, dare, spin the bottle / You know how to ball, I know Aristotle,” he sang, grinning from ear to ear. (The song, off her 11th studio album The Tortured Poets Department, is widely believed to be about the NFL player.)

Kylie Kelce could not help but smile as she noticed Travis Kelce singing and dancing along with Taylor Swift, and of course the look onhis face as he watched her perform.





Last month, Swift began the European leg of her tour in Paris. Kelce missed the first three gigs in France, but he proudly watched from the audience on Sunday, May 12, when he was seen dancing and singing along to Swift’s songs.

Kelce had never seen Swift perform live before her new album, The Tortured Poets Department, was added to the setlist. She kissed him during “So High School,” and Kelce later recorded a section of the performance on his cell phone when Swift changed outfits on stage before beginning “I Can Do It With a Broken Heart.”



The Paris concert was also Swift’s 87th since the Eras Tour began in the United States in March 2023. Throughout the event, she paid tribute to Kelce, whose Kansas City Chiefs jersey number is 87. During the acoustic section, she debuted a new 1989 top and skirt in Chiefs colors and sang a mashup of “The Alchemy” — another song from The Tortured Poets Department that was most likely inspired by her relationship with Kelce — and “Treacherous” while Kelce made her famous heart-hands symbol from the audience. Before performing the mashup on her guitar, Swift asked the crowd, “Did you know this is our 87th show?”

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