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Travis Kelce Missed Taylor Swift’s Shows in Singapore for an Important Reason

He's a family man after all.

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Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift are quite possibly one of the most supportive couples in Hollywood, between Swift attending nearly every one of the NFL star's games while on a world tour and Kelce flying out to Australia days after the Super Bowl to catch one of her shows. But even some things are impossible for the country's number one power couple (who make jetting across the world look like a quick trip down the road).

Swift is currently performing in Singapore for The Eras Tour, but her boyfriend decided to hang back in the States for a very wholesome reason. On Monday, Travis's older brother Jason Kelce announced his retirement from the NFL and Philadelphia Eagles organization in an emotional press conference. Travis sat in the front row, alongside their parents Donna and Ed Kelce, and was captured wiping away tears as his brother spoke about their childhood and growing up together. Despite being thousands of miles apart, Travis kept Swift close during the event by wearing a friendship bracelet with their initials.

“There is no chance I’d be here without the bond Travis and I share,” Jason said through tears. “It made me stronger, tougher, smarter and taught me the values of cooperation, loyalty, patience and understanding.”

Travis also spent some time close to Swift's hometown over the weekend. On Sunday, the brothers attended a fundraiser together in Philadelphia to raise money for cancer survivors, per Page Six.

Swift is set to play six shows total at the National Stadium in Singapore, her last taking place on Saturday, Mar. 9.

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During Sunday's show, the singer poked fun at her hair's reaction to the humidity. After the singer's natural curls started to come out, she joked to the audience that her "hair has returned to its factory settings, thanks to the humidity here," she teased. "I'm not complaining. I like it."

After her stint in Singapore, the star will get a long break until May 9 when she heads to Paris for the European leg of the tour. Of course, her new album, The Tortured Poets Department, drops on April 19, so she'll have something else to keep her busy in the meantime.

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