Travis Kelce Explains How He Actually Feels About Taylor Swift Attending His Games

Travis Kelce, Taylor Swift

Travis Kelce has the "biggest cheerleader" in his girlfriend Taylor Swift, and he finally shared his personal feelings on the singer coming to support him at his football games.

During a new interview with Pat McAfee on The Pat McAfee Show, Kelce described his down-to-earth relationship, saying, "We're two people in a relationship supporting each other and having fun with it. It's nothing more than that."

He then went on to specifically highlight Swift's presence at the playoff games, telling McAfee, "I love it when Taylor comes and supports me and enjoys the game with the fam and friends. It's been nothing but a wonderful year."

In the Jan. 31 episode of their podcast, New Heights, Kelce and his brother Jason even called out Swift for her involvement in the team's playoff success, saying, "Shoutout to Tay! Thanks for joining the team." Kelce's older brother also joked that the songstress "officially reached the Super Bowl in her rookie year; that's kind of a big deal."

Swift was in the suite cheering Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs on during the game on Sunday, Jan. 28, when they beat the Baltimore Ravens to earn their spot in the Super Bowl, which is coming up on Feb. 11. The whole Kelce crew was also in attendance, including Jason, his wife Kylie, and the brothers' parents, Donna and Ed.

After the big win, Swift rushed down to the field with Kelce's family to celebrate, leading to a few sweet moments between Swift and her beau that had fans going wild. In particular, Swifties loved seeing the two hugging and kissing in the crowd, before Kelce endearingly called Swift "sweetie" and asked her about her time watching the game.

While Swift has attended all of the NFL playoff games to support Kelce, it's still up in the air as to whether or not she will be at the Super Bowl, as she heads to Japan at the start of February to kickstart the rest of the Eras Tour.

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