Why Kylie Kelce Is 'Very Superstitious' About Super Bowl Predictions

Kylie Kelce, Travis Kelce

Kylie Kelce and Jason Kelce will be among the crowd cheering on Jason's brother, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, at Super Bowl LVIII. However, don't expect her to share her prediction for which team will win on Sunday, Feb. 11—because she's "very superstitious."

During an exclusive interview with Parade—during which Kylie promoted her partnership with Lindt and shared her love for Lindor Truffles—the mom of three opened up about her mindset ahead of the Chiefs-San Francisco 49ers matchup.

"I always like to go into it with the assumption that it could go either way only because it prepares you," Kylie told Parade. "And also it doesn't jinx you, because I'm very superstitious."

She continued: "So I will just say that I am going to cheer very, very enthusiastically for the Chiefs and Trav and hope that some of that energy is absorbed and then used. So that's my plan."

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Although Jason's team, the Philadelphia Eagles, made it to the 2023 Super Bowl against the Chiefs (the Chiefs won 38-35), this year, Kylie will enjoy the big game with Jason cheering by her side. The couple will support Travis in person at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nev., sans their three daughters, Wyatt, 4, Elliotte, almost 3, and Bennett, almost 1.

For the Chiefs' sake, hopefully, Kylie's enthusiastic energy is fully absorbed and put to good use on Sunday!

The 2024 Super Bowl kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET, with pregame musical numbers starting at 6 p.m.

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