Watch Video as Taylor Swift Reacts to Travis Kelce’s Victory Speech After Chiefs Win.. ‘She couldn’t hold her laughter…’

Taylor Swift was all smiles while Travis Kelce gave a short and sweet victory speech after the Kansas City Chiefs secured a spot in the 2024 Super Bowl.

 

Taylor Swift and Donna Kelce

“You gotta fight for your right to party!” Kelce shouted Sunday night (Jan. 28). The Chiefs had just defeated the Baltimore Ravens 17-10.

“Believe it, baby, we going to Las Vegas, Nevada!” Kelce announced. “Gonna get us another one!”

Swift looked on, laughing at Kelce’s Beastie Boys reference and grinning. She appeared emotional on the M&T Stadium field.

Swift and Kelce kissed on the field in celebration of the Chiefs’ triumph.

The singer stood by Travis’ side after the game, but stepped away to give him a moment alone with his brother, Jason.

“Goddamn, that was fun to watch,” Jason said as he hugged Travis, to which Travis jokingly replied, “You keep your shirt on this time, or what?” Last weekend, the Philadelphia Eagles center went viral for taking off his shirt, guzzling beer, passionately cheering on his brother and jumping out of a suite into the stands.

Swift had friends Cara Delevingne and Keleigh Teller nearby during the game Sunday night. She was shown on camera cheering when Kelce scored a touchdown.

The pop star kicks off an international leg of her Eras Tour on Feb. 7, beginning with four concerts in Japan. Will Swift attend the Super Bowl on Feb. 11?

Though she has a concert the night before in Tokyo, it’s possible, thanks to the difference in time zones — but her presence at the big game hasn’t been confirmed.

See Swift watching Kelce’s speech below:

 

 

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