Travis Kelce Gives Sweetest Silent Shout-Out to Taylor Swift After His Touchdown During Chiefs Playoff Game

The NFL tight end and Grammy Award-winning singer keep giving fans more reasons to love them.
Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce.

Travis Kelce is scoring touchdowns and shouting out his leading lady. The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Buffalo Bills on Sunday night with a score of 27-24, and the star tight end scored a touchdown during second quarter of the playoff game.

Immediately after the high-adrenaline, exciting moment, the stadium went wild. Teammates cheered and brother Jason Kelce took off his shirt, while Travis faced the Highmark Stadium suite where girlfriend Taylor Swift was watching from and blew a kiss. Fans went extra crazy when he then made a heart shape with his hands.

The adorable symbol is significant for Swift, 34, and Swifties alike, because the singer-songwriter always makes the motion after performing “Fearless” on tour.

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift.

The “You Belong With Me” singer attended the event with Kelce’s family. She has been in the audience at several of the past few games, whenever it works with her busy “The Eras Tour” schedule.

Fans are hoping Kansas City (and Taylor) will make it to the Super Bowl on Feb. 11, but the 12-time Grammy Award winner has a show in Tokyo the night before, so a last-minute cross-continental flight to support her boyfriend, also 34, might be difficult. Although, if there’s anyone who can make it happen, it’s Swift.

The Chiefs shared an adorable video of the sweet moment between Kelce and Swift (and thousands of attendees, plus millions of television viewers) on TikTok.

“In his fearless era 🫶🏼,” one fan commented.

“THIS IS MY ROMAN EMPIRE,” another gushed, to which the team’s TIkTok account replied, “Same.”

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Ananya Panchal


Ananya Panchal is a NYC-based Lifestyle & Trending News writer at SI Swimsuit. Before joining the Swim team, the Boston University Alum worked for culture & entertainment beats at Bustle, The San Francisco Chronicle and the TODAY Show. When Ananya is not writing or doom-scrolling on social media, she can be found playing sudoku, rewatching One Tree Hill or trying new restaurants. She's also a coffee and chocolate (separately) enthusiast.