Travis Kelce addresses Taylor Swift attending Chiefs game: 'She looked amazing'
Kelce called the day "definitely a game I'll remember."
Travis Kelce is speaking out about Taylor Swift attending the Kansas City Chiefs game with his mom Sunday at Kansas City's Arrowhead Stadium.
In the newest episode of "New Heights," the Wave Sports + Entertainment podcast he hosts with his brother Jason, the NFL star called it "pretty ballsy" of Swift to show up.
"Shout out to Taylor for pulling up," Kelce said. "I just thought it was awesome how everybody in the suite had nothing but great things to say about her, you know, the friends and family. She looked amazing, everybody was talking about her in a great light."
"To see the slow motion chest bumps, to see the high fives with mom, to see how the Chiefs kingdom was all excited she was there, that s--- was absolutely hysterical and it was definitely a game I'll remember, that's for damn sure," he continued.
Kelce then teased Swifties with a nod to one of Swift's songs, saying, "And then we just slid off in the getaway car at the end."
The two-time Super Bowl champ revealed that he's noticed paparazzi outside his house, screaming his name with cameras in their hands, and said he doesn't plan to address his personal life much going forward.
"I know I brought all this attention to me, right? I'm the one that did the whole friendship bracelet thing and told everybody how butthurt I was that I didn't get to meet Taylor," Kelce said, referring to this past summer when Swift played Arrowhead Stadium during her Eras Tour and he tried and failed to give her a friendship bracelet with his number on it.
"What's real is that, you know, it is my personal life. I want to respect both of our lives. She's not in the media as much as I am doing this show every single week and, you know, having fun during the NFL season..." he continued.
Kelce ended the discussion saying he's "enjoying life" and that he "sure as hell enjoyed this weekend," adding, "So everything moving forward, I think me talking about sports ... will have to be kind of where I keep it."