What Did Julia Roberts Say to Travis Kelce at Taylor Swift’s Dublin Concert? A Lip Reader Weighs In
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What Did Julia Roberts Say to Travis Kelce at Taylor Swift’s Dublin Concert? A Lip Reader Weighs In

A lip reader is weighing in on the viral conversation between Travis Kelce and Julia Roberts.

The conversation took place at a recent Taylor Swift Eras Tour stop in Dublin.

The Kansas City Chiefs tight end, 34, was joined by Roberts, 56, at his girlfriend’s show. Kelce and the Academy Award-winning actress were seen laughing and talking as she held onto Kelce’s shoulder.

In response to the video, which has gone viral on social media, Jackie Gonzalez shared a clip of herself reading Kelce and Roberts’ lips. Gonzalez is a deaf artist, social-media star, and former contestant on Squid Game: The Challenge.

According to Gonzalez, Roberts told Kelce, ” ‘I’m so unusually happy for you guys, and I don’t mean to make you nervous, but it makes me so happy.’ ”

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Kelce’s meetup with Roberts took place at Swift’s third and final concert. The event occurred at Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Sunday, June 30.

He was spotted singing along with the crowd during the show. After the concert, he was seen leaving the stadium with Swift, 34. She was in full costume beside him as they both waved to fans.

Aside from Kelce’s crowd cameo, Swift had a slight mishap onstage while performing “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived,” during The Tortured Poets Department portion of her setlist.

“Sunday marked Kelce’s first appearance at a Swift show since he made his onstage Eras Tour debut. He performed with the ‘So High School’ singer at her London show on June 23.”


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Roberts’ family have long been fans of Swift, as she touched on in a November 2018 Harper’s Bazaar cover story.

Explaining that she has learned how to field questions about her own level of fame from her three kids, the actress said, “I don’t think they will ever have a true sense of [my fame].”

“I think I told you once when they were starting to figure it out, it was like, ‘You’re famous?’ And I said, ‘I think a lot of people might have seen the movie that I’m in or might know who I am,’ ” she added.

The kids needed more detail, though — and how better to approach that than by asking about their favorite pop star?

As Roberts recalled to the magazine, “Maybe an hour goes by. [Then they ask,] ‘Are you more famous than Taylor Swift?’ ”

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