Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce are moving forward in their romance – and it’s a love story that could unite the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs fans.
The parents of the couple will meet for the first time next week when the Eagles and Chiefs play on Monday Night Football, Entertainment Tonight reported.
ET said the Week 11 game is being called a “family reunion” with Jason and Travis facing each other again in the spotlight. It will be the first time the Eagles will play against the Chiefs since they lost Super Bowl LVII in February.
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Swift and her family support the Eagles, but her father, Scott, may have switched sides because of Travis Kelce.
The Kelce brothers talked about Scott wearing a Chiefs lanyard during his daughter’s tour in Argentina on the latest episode of the “New Heights” podcast.
The Chiefs started the discussion by posting a photo of Travis and Scott with a Chiefs lanyard on X Thursday. They wrote, “Welcome to the good side, Papa Swift!”
Welcome to the good side, Papa Swift! pic.twitter.com/RbJ5id004H— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) November 16, 2023
Swift and Travis Kelce were in Argentina for her show, where she altered a line in her popular song “Karma.”
A video on TikTok from the concert showed Swift singing, “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs, coming straight home to me,” instead of “screen” as in the original song.
The “Anti-Hero” singer’s change made the two-time Super Bowl winner grin, and he hid his face with his hands as the audience applauded.