Could Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce be “End Game”?
The singer’s fans are certainly convinced the pair is going strong after witnessing several sweet moments between them during her Era’s Tour concert in Argentina Saturday.
Karma is the guy on the chiefs
Swift changed the lyrics to her hit song “Karma” to make a not-so-subtle reference to her NFL player beau.
The Grammy winner usually sings, “Karma is the guy on the screen.” However, with Kelce in the crowd, she switched up the line to, “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs, coming straight home to me.”
Fans caught the Kansas City Chiefs player’s reaction on camera — and he looked pleasantly surprised.
Concertgoers, and her backup dancers alike, were taken aback by the adorable lyric, while Kelce grinned from ear to ear and held his hands up to his face in shock.
The post-concert kiss
Swift practically leapt into her new man’s arms after finishing her show at Estadio Monumental — her second concert on the international leg of her blockbuster Eras Tour.
Fans filmed the songstress running towards Kelce, who was waiting backstage in a multi-colored button down, before they passionately kissed and walk out of view.
Cheers erupted from the crowd as fans saw the musician and the athlete sealing their romance with a kiss for the first time in public.
Swift’s new “Lover”
Swift seemed happier than ever while performing her balled, “Lover,” at the beginning of the show.
Fans were convinced she kept staring at her NFL star beau as she performed the romantic track from her 2019 album of the same name.
“She keeps looking over at him😍😍😍,” one fan commented on a TikTok clip of her performing the love song.
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“how she keeps looking at him🥺,” another commented.
The song is believed to have been inspired by Swift’s ex Joe Alwyn, whom she split from in February after six years of dating.
Now, the lyrics seem to have a whole new meaning.
Kelce has dad’s approval
The two-time Super Bowl champ already seems to be adored by the “Love Story” singer’s parents.
Kelce watched the concert with her father, Scott Swift, from a VIP tent on the floor of the venue.
The proud dad was seen filming Kelce throughout the concert. Scott even celebrated with the football player when Taylor adorably changed her “Karma” lyrics for him.
Scott, who wore a Kansas City Chiefs lanyard, was all smiles as he turned to Kelce and put his hands in the air while he cheered.
The tight end looked surprised before he resumed dancing with Scott until the end of the concert.
Tight “End Game”
The audience erupted when Swift started playing her hit song “End Game” on the piano as part of her surprise acoustic set.
The track from her 2017 album, “Reputation,” describes a relationship that Swift hopes will go the distance — with a few sports metaphors thrown in, too.
“I want to be your end game. I want to be your first string. I want to be your A team,” she sang, while Kelce watched in the crowd.
Swift also played an acoustic version of her song “Is it Over Now?” from “1989 (Taylor’s Version) [From the Vault],” as part of a mash-up with the bridge from “Out of the Woods.”