Travis Kelce Does Taylor Swift’s Heart Gesture After Touchdown

During a touchdown in the second quarter of the Chiefs versus Bills match on January 21, Travis  Kelce, playing as tight end, gestured a heart with his hands towards his girlfriend Taylor Swift’s suite in Highmark Stadium, where she was seated with Kelce’s family.

At 34, Swift is known for making a similar heart gesture while performing “Fearless” on her Eras Tour, a move often replicated by her fans.

The 34-year-old Kansas City Chiefs player caught a pass from quarterback Patrick Mahomes, marking their 15th postseason touchdown pass in their careers, and secured it in the end zone.

Swift was seen enthusiastically supporting Kelce during this highlight, joined by his mother Donna Kelce, father Ed Kelce, and brother Jason Kelce, who cheered post-touchdown. Swift’s friend, model and actress Cara Delevingne, was also present at the game.

Travis made another touchdown reception from Mahomes in the third quarter, setting a new record with 16 postseason touchdowns together.

The Chiefs triumphed over the Bills 27-24, advancing to the AFC Championship against the Ravens on January 28.

Travis usually celebrates touchdowns with a point-and-arrow motion. On his podcast, New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce, during a segment called “No Dumb Questions,” he spoke about his usual celebration, inspired by his philosophy to “always dream big.”

Kelce cited a favourite quote from NFL icon and current Colorado football coach Deion Sanders, emphasizing the importance of having big dreams.

Swift has consistently attended Chiefs games since first appearing to support Kelce on September 24 at Arrowhead Stadium with Donna as Kansas City defeated the Chicago Bears 41-10. The Chiefs hold an 8-3 record with Swift in attendance.

A source recently revealed that Kelce and Swift are enjoying their time together and exploring where the relationship leads.

The pair, who started dating after Kelce expressed interest in Swift post-concert on his New Heights podcast in late July 2023, are said to be having fun together.

Chiefs head coach Andy Reid has supported Kelce and Swift’s relationship, dismissing concerns about potential distractions as Kansas City aims to replicate their 2023 Super Bowl victory.

Reid, in an October 2023 press conference shared on X (formerly Twitter), praised Kelce’s improving performance and welcomed Swift’s presence.

Following the Chiefs’ victory over the New England Patriots 27-17 on December 17 last year, Reid expressed his admiration for Swift and happiness for the couple.