Travis Kelce Sweetly Points to Taylor Swift and Himself in Cute Moment During ‘Lover’ at London Show
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Travis Kelce Sweetly Points to Taylor Swift and Himself in Cute Moment During ‘Lover’ at London Show

Travis Kelce is showing affection for girlfriend Taylor Swift in London!

On Friday, June 21, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end, 34, attended his girlfriend’s first Eras Tour show in London. The event took place at Wembley Stadium. A particularly sweet moment from the night was captured on camera by a member of the crowd.

In footage posted on X (formerly Twitter), Kelce was spotted singing along to Swift’s performance. She was singing “Lover” from her 2019 album of the same name.

As the pop superstar, 34, sang the lyrics, “Oh you’re my, my, my, my…”, a smiling Kelce pointed at Swift on stage. Then, he pointed back to himself, creating a sweet moment captured by fans. As his girlfriend continued to sing the remaining lyrics of the final verse of the song (“Oh, you’re my, my, my, my/Darling, you’re my, my, my, my/Lover”), the NFL player sang along enthusiastically. He danced and even threw a wave at the crowd, enjoying the moment during Swift’s performance.

 

 

It wasn’t the only cute moment between the couple on the night.

While the 14-time Grammy winner performed “So High School” on June 21, she delighted the crowd. She surprised them with a move that Kelce is known for during games with his team: using an invisible bow to release an arrow.

It’s a move Swift has used while performing her track “The Archer.” However, after she replaced older songs with tracks from her latest album, The Tortured Poets Department, that song was cut from her Eras Tour set list.

“So High School” is a love song featuring lyrics that reference her relationship with Kelce. One notable line from the song includes, “You know how to ball.” This line highlights Kelce’s football prowess. Another part of the song lyrics states, ”

 

Kelce Smiles and Dances as Swift Shines in London

Fans captured Kelce smiling when Swift pulled out the bow-and-arrow gesture on June 21. They also filmed him dancing throughout his superstar girlfriend’s 46-song setlist.

Swift also performed “Karma” to wrap up her first London show. She changed the lyrics to, “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to me,” much to the crowd’s delight. The singer has previously made the change when Kelce has attended Eras Tour shows in the past year.

 

 

Kelce’s brother and sister-in-law, Jason and Kylie Kelce, were also spotted at the June 21 show.

Several royal guests, including Prince William and his children, whom he shares with Kate Middleton, were also in attendance to watch Swift.

Jonathan Van Ness, a Queer Eye star, gave his followers a sneak peek at some other famous faces attending Swift’s Friday night performance. He shared glimpses of the event on social media. He shared a series of snaps on Instagram following the London show.

The celebrity hair expert, 37, posted photographs and video from the night. The images included a host of celebrity attendees, such as Nicola Coughlan, Salma Hayek, Leslie Mann, Cara Delevingne, Camilla Whitehill-Mathieson, and Van Ness’ husband Mark Peacock.

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