Kansas City Chiefs tight end, Travis Kelce, recently traded his football uniform for a concert ticket as he attended Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The NFL player, 34, was spotted in a VIP tent at River Plate Stadium alongside Swift’s father, Scott, watching the pop star’s electrifying performance.

Kelce, fresh from teammate Patrick Mahomes’ charity event in Kansas City, arrived in Argentina on Friday morning. While Swift couldn’t accompany him to the gala, she made a generous contribution by donating a platinum record to the silent auction, raising funds for Mahomes’ 15 and the Mahomies Foundation.

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Despite Swift’s absence at the charity event, fans speculate that she sent a subtle message to Kelce during her show. Swift, known for performing surprise songs, chose “The Very First Night” and “Labyrinth,” featuring lyrics like “Oh no, I’m falling in love again.” Kelce, in the audience, appeared captivated by his girlfriend’s performance.

Swift’s Buenos Aires concert, initially scheduled for Friday night, was postponed to Sunday due to rain. Rumors of Kelce’s visit had circulated for weeks, and it was exclusively reported by Page Six on Wednesday that the football player indeed made the journey to Argentina.

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An insider revealed that Kelce planned to catch at least one of Swift’s shows before returning for practice on Monday. The Chiefs’ upcoming game on Nov. 20 against Travis’ brother, Jason Kelce, and the Philadelphia Eagles, coincidentally Swift’s home team, adds an interesting twist to the unfolding narrative of Kelce’s eventful weekend in Argentina.