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Travis Kelce tells Taylor Swift ‘I love you’ in new AFC Championship video



Sparks and the L-word flies.

Travis Kelce shared an intimate moment with girlfriend Taylor Swift on Sunday after his Chiefs topped the Ravens in the AFC Championship game, appearing to tell the pop superstar, “I love you,” in new footage captured by “Inside the NFL.”

The Kansas City tight end, who scored the first touchdown in the Chiefs’ 17-10 win, could be seen making his way to Swift on the field at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore during the postgame celebrations.

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift kiss after the Chiefs’ AFC Championship win on Jan. 28, 2024. AP
The couple celebrated at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. Getty Images

“Tay, I’m gonna enjoy with the guys, I love you,” Kelce said.

The couple then kissed as Kelce, 34, scooped up Swift, also 34, into a postgame embrace.

Swift, who has been dating Kelce since the summer, made her 12th game-day appearance Sunday as the reigning Super Bowl champions punched their tickets to Las Vegas for a championship showdown against the 49ers on Feb. 11.

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift sweetly embraced on the field. Getty Images
The Chiefs tight end draped his arm around the pop superstar. Getty Images

The 12-time Grammy winner will be in Tokyo the day before as she continues the international leg of her blockbuster Eras Tour, but a source confirmed Monday to Page Six that Swift will make it to Las Vegas for Super Bowl Sunday.

“It’s a brutal flight, but she’ll get on her plane right after the concert,” the source said.

Given the 17-hour time difference, the 10.5-hour flight would potentially have Swift touching down in Las Vegas in the early evening of Saturday, Feb. 10, with time to spare before kickoff at 6:30 p.m. the following day.

Travis Kelce scores a touchdown against the Ravens on Jan. 28, 2024. AP
Travis Kelce hoists the Lamar Hunt Trophy during the postgame celebrations. Getty Images

Kelce, a nine-time Pro Bowler, is seeking his third Super Bowl win.

He got his first Super Bowl victory with the Chiefs in February 2020 after taking down the 49ers in Miami.

Last year, Kansas City topped Philadelphia — including Kelce’s older brother, Eagles center Jason Kelce — in Arizona.

The Chiefs enter Super Bowl 2024 as slight underdogs.



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