Travis Kelce Plants a Kiss on Taylor Swift After Chiefs’ Super Bowl Berth Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift Share a Sweet Kiss on the Field After Chiefs Clinch Spot in 2024 Super Bowl
Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift sealed the NFL star’s big win with a kiss!
The 34-year-old tight end and the Grammy-winning singer shared a sweet kiss on the field as the Kansas City Chiefs celebrated their big win over the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship.
After the game was decided, Swift made her way to the field at M&T Bank Stadium to greet Kelce, who was surrounded by teammates and cameras.
The 12-time Grammy-winning singer planted a kiss on the NFL star as they celebrated the big win. His mother and father, Donna and Ed Kelce, were standing alongside as the couple shared the sweet moment.
Kelce’s Speech and Chiefs’ Celebration
Kelce’s speech showed the NFL star’s excitement for his team’s big win. The tight end quoted the Beastie Boys’ lyrics “You’ve got to fight/ for your right/ to party” — the same lyric he repeated last year when they won the 2023 Super Bowl — as he addressed Chiefs friends and family.
Swift was seen laughing as her beau got Chiefs Kingdom hyped for another Super Bowl appearance.
Swift’s Appearance and Jason Kelce’s Support
Swift was shown on the broadcast earlier during the Chiefs’ ceremony, as she raised her hands to clap for head coach Andy Reid.
After his speech, Travis greeted his brother, Jason Kelce, on the field. The Philadelphia Eagles center not only pulled out his “Big Yeti” shirt again to cheer for his brother’s Chiefs on Sunday — but he also added an extra layer of clothing over that T-shirt.
In a sequel to his viral shirtless celebration last week, Jason, 36, attended the AFC Championship game, where the Chiefs squared off with the Baltimore Ravens.
Chiefs’ Victory and Historic Achievement
Kelce, alongside quarterback Patrick Mahomes, pulled off the AFC Championship win against the Baltimore Ravens 17-7. It will be the second year in a row they’re headed to the big game, after winning the Vince Lombardi Trophy last year.
It was a huge game for Kelce, who officially tied NFL legend Jerry Rice for the most postseason catches in NFL history.
The Chiefs will now face the winner of the NFC Championship game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl on February 12, 2024.