Travis Kelce Talks About the Effect Taylor Swift’s Music Taste Has on Him

Travis Kelce Talks About the Effect Taylor Swift's Music Taste Has on Him

Travis Kelce is impressed by Taylor Swift’s ability to examine and pull from numerous music genres, and that talent has left an indelible effect on the three-time Super Bowl winner. The Kansas City Chiefs superstar opened up to ET’s Nischelle Turner about how the Midnights singer’s musical taste has influenced him since dating the pop star, saying that watching a musical genius at work has been nothing short of an eye-opening experience for the self-proclaimed music junkie.


“It’s definitely been fun to experience her taste in music, for sure,” Kelce adds. And discovering her creativity, as well as how she listens to music, has been eye-opening for me. It’s been entertaining to hear her thoughts on it.” Her music has undoubtedly influenced him, and his pals are well aware of this.

“Man, I’ll tell you what. The London shows, I think she’s at Wembley eight times, which is mind-blowing that she can do that many shows in one stadium and fill that thing up,” Kelce gushed. “I played at Wembley once and I don’t even think we filled that thing up.” Swift, who later this month is dropping her 11th studio album, The Tortured Poets Department, will perform at London’s 90,000-seat-Wembley Stadium on June 21-23 and then again on Aug. 15-19. Every show is sold out. Meanwhile, Kelce and the Chiefs played the Detroit Lions at Wembley Stadium in November 2015. But while the Chiefs trampled the Lions, 45-10, in that London showcase, they couldn’t sell out the game, drawing only 83,624.


“She’ll be all over Europe,” Kelce added. “There won’t be a bad show, I promise you that.”
While Kelce’s already soaked up the Eras Tour in Argentina, Sydney, Australia and Singapore, inquiring minds wanted to know if he’ll pack his bags and make the trek across the pond.


“Oh, you know I gotta go support,” He’s demonstrated that time and again by providing her support. Furthermore, despite their hectic schedules, it is a reciprocal relationship. “We are both highly career-oriented. We both like what we do, and any opportunity to show my support for her — and knowing that she is offering me all the support in the world during the season — it’s been an incredible experience getting to know Tay,” Kelce stated.

Kelce’s good times continue as he prepares to host his already famous Kelce Jam, Presented by Jim Beam. Kelce Jam ticket pre-registration is already live, and the pre-sale begins at 11 a.m. ET on Friday. The festival will take place on May 18 at the Azura Amphitheater in Kansas City. This year’s featured artists include notable hitmakers like as Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, and Diplo.


Of course, with music constantly on the future Hall of Fame tight end’s thoughts, folks have pondered about his Super Bowl playlist. “I’ll tell you what, I’m a huge music fan, and my taste varies a lot, especially when it comes to game day playlists. Items from my youth. “My high school pep band used to play ‘SpottieOttieDopaliscious’ by Outkast,” Kelce said.


“In addition, Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz had a song called ‘Duffle Bag Boy’ that I really liked. I play anything, including old school jock jams from my childhood. It travels all over the place. There is obviously a range of music. I really can’t choose one item.”


But how about a Swift track? “That’s my everyday playlist,” he exclaimed. “Not just my game day.”

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