Travis Kelce support Taylor Swift at Eras concert with friends

“The guy on the Chiefs” supported his girlfriend, Taylor Swift, at her Eras Tour for nights five and six in Singapore.

On the final night of Swift’s tour leg before she takes a two-month break, Travis Kelce was spotted in a white button-up shirt with flowers similar to the ones painted on Swift’s acoustic set piano. The tight end appeared in a suite both nights with his entourage: Ross Travis (his friend and a fellow NFL tight end), Harry Clark (his childhood friend), André Eanes (his college friend and manager) and Aaron Eanes (his manager and André’s twin).

And yes, Swift changed the line for the third and fourth time on the Eras Tour to “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to me.” She only does this when Kelce is in the audience, and he’s usually right by the stage when she sings it pumping his arms and smiling big. Swift ran off the stage to hug and kiss him after the three-plus hour performance on Friday.

Ross Travis went with Kelce to night one in Sydney and sat in the VIP tent with stars Katy Perry and Rita Ora.

Kelce also attended night two in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the first time Swift famously changed the lyrics to her “Midnights” song “Karma.”

Swift is ‘biggest and best thing possible’

“Taylor is the biggest and best thing possible,” Kelce said to his brother on the most recent episode of his podcast “New Heights.” The tight end talked about his last Eras Tour trip to Sydney where he was chased by paparazzi helicopters tracking his and Swift’s date.

“They helicoptered us!” Kelce said. “Well, not us, Taylor. It was cool to see the layout of the land over there, let alone the zoo and seeing all the exotic animals over there.”

Even with the whirlwind attention, he managed to have fun in the Land Down Under witnessing lions and tigers up-close.

“Sydney was a beautiful city,” he said. “The layout was very similar, I want to say, to Miami.”

Kelce wears what fans think is a ‘Tortured Poets’ shirt

On Monday, Swifties believe Kelce wore friendship bracelets and the colors associated with Swift’s upcoming album to his brother Jason’s NFL retirement announcement. The black, dark gray, brown, and cream colored shirt gave “Tortured Poets.”

She also sang “Gold Rush” during her acoustic set on night five in Singapore. It includes the lyric, “With my Eagles T-shirt hanging from the door.” Swifties think this is a shout-out to Jason.


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