Travis Kelce Says He ‘Might Have to Bring Out All the Bells and Whistles’ for His Super Bowl Game-Day Look


Travis Kelce is proud to have support from his superstar girlfriend, Taylor Swift. Kelce, 34, opened up about how the couple maintain their privacy despite their celebrity status on Wednesday’s episode of The Pat McAfee Show.


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Kansas City’s star tight end said, “It’s a beautiful thing, isn’t it? Hopefully, everybody realizes we’re just two people supporting each other and having fun with it, man.” Kelce continued, “It’s nothing more than that, and how much the world wants to paint the picture and make us the enemy, we just have fun with it, and we enjoy every single bit of it.” With Swift becoming a celebrated member of Chiefs Kingdom after regularly supporting the team at games throughout the season, Kelce gushed over the singer finding time to attend games despite her ultra-packed schedule.


Travis Kelce Says Celebrating with Taylor Swift After AFC Championship Is 'Another Memory in the Journey We Get to Cherish'

“I love it when Taylor comes and supports me and enjoys the game with the fam and friends,” Kelce said. “It’s been nothing but a wonderful year, man.” Kelce said he and Swift are aware of the NFL purists who criticize the league’s coverage of the singer during games, and that Swift “has dealt with” similar negativity “forever.” “We hear it but we hardly ever talk about it,” Kelce said, brushing off the digital toxicity by calling hateful comments “nothing to even talk about, nothing to really bring up.”

Looking back on having his girlfriend by his side throughout the NFL season, Kelce said the experience was “brand new” for him, citing “having the paparazzi follow me every single day into work” and “everybody having my name on their talk show” as elements of the media frenzy he’s learned to adapt to while dating Swift.


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“You know, it’s been a crazy, crazy ride that I could have never anticipated,” Kelce shared. “But I’m having fun with it. The majority of the world is having fun with it, outside all the cranky NFL fans that just don’t want to see the Chiefs win,” he added. Still, Kelce joked that he and Swift are “slowly” winning over the naysayers. “You know what, we’re slowly reeling them in. They’re fighting it right now,” he joked.

After the Chiefs won the AFC Championship game in Baltimore on Sunday, Swift joined him on the field to congratulate him — and he and the pop star shared several sweet moments together. The couple shared several kisses and the NFL star was heard saying, “I love you,” during the celebrations in Baltimore. During the AFC Championship ceremony at M&T Bank Stadium, the NFL star’s parents, Ed and Donna Kelce, and his brother, Jason Kelce, joined him and Swift on the field.