Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce made headlines as he enthusiastically chanted for his girlfriend, Taylor Swift, alongside the energetic Argentina crowd during the international leg of her Eras Tour.
In a heartwarming display of support, Kelce joined the audience in cheering, “Olé olé olé Taylor,” while Swift’s father, Scott, captured the moment on video. The football star was spotted watching Swift’s electrifying performance in Buenos Aires, Argentina, adding a touch of star power to the sold-out concert.
Kelce’s presence in Argentina marked a reversal of roles, with the NFL player showing his admiration for Swift from a VIP tent at River Plate Stadium. The 34-year-old athlete arrived in Argentina after attending teammate Patrick Mahomes’ charity event in Kansas City the night before.
Despite Swift’s absence at the charity gala, she contributed to the cause by donating a platinum record to the silent auction, raising funds for Mahomes’ 15 and the Mahomies Foundation.
Swift’s Eras Tour kicked off its international leg with a spectacular show on Thursday, setting the stage for a memorable night in Buenos Aires. Even in Kelce’s absence from the gala, fans speculated that Swift might have sent him a subtle message during her performance.
Known for surprising her audience with unique song choices, Swift performed “The Very First Night” and “Labyrinth” during the tour, featuring lyrics like “Oh no, I’m falling in love again.” Fans couldn’t help but wonder if these songs held a special message for Kelce.
The anticipated performance in Buenos Aires faced a slight delay due to rain, leading to a rescheduled show on Sunday. Rumors of Kelce’s visit to Argentina had circulated for weeks, and Page Six exclusively confirmed his official plans to attend Swift’s shows.