Taylor Swift has already charmed the family and friends.
On the new episode of Travis Kelce’s weekly podcast New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce Presented by Wave Sports + Entertainment, the Kansas City Chiefs star shared his first public comments about Swift “pulling up” at Arrowhead Stadium to watch his team take on the Chicago Bears on Sunday from his personal suite.
“I just thought it was awesome that everybody in the suite had nothing but good things to say about her,” Kelce, 33, told his older brother Jason. “The friends and family … she looked amazing and everybody was talking about her in great light and on top of that the day went perfect for Chiefs fans of course.”
From the first moments before the game, when Travis was introduced on the field and Swift, 33, was shown wildly clapping, to the superstar’s celebratory chest bump with Travis’ friend when he hauled in a touchdown pass, it all made for an “impressive” and memorable afternoon for the tight end.
“To see the slow motion chest bumps, to see the high fives with mom, to see how you know Chiefs kingdom was all excited that she was there, that s--- was absolutely hysterical and it was definitely a game I’ll remember that’s for damn sure and then we just slid off in the getaway car at the end,” Travis said.
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Following the game, the two left the stadium together in his convertible where they stepped out at Ocean Prime restaurant in Kansas City, which Kelce had rented out for a post-game party with his teammates and their families.
He added, “Shout out to Taylor for coming through and seeing me rock the stage.”
Swift's stadium appearance comes just days after Kelce said he had invited her to attend the game. A source told PEOPLE that once Swift heard about the invite, she didn't let a busy schedule stop her from accepting.
On the podcast, the brothers looked back on the big day while celebrating what Jason called “an all-timer of an episode — the entire country losing their mind over somebody trying to give somebody a friendship bracelet or something like that.”
Meanwhile, Travis also said it was "crazy" that his jersey sales have increased by 400%, while ticket sales to Chiefs games are surging, according to the Kansas City Star.
He concluded: "Sounds like the Swifties are part of Chiefs Kingdom."
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