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Travis Kelce Brought to Tears at Taylor Swift's Amsterdam Concert

Travis Kelce Brought to Tears at Taylor Swift’s Amsterdam Concert

Travis Kelce, 34, experienced a deeply emotional moment when his girlfriend, Taylor Swift, 34, dedicated not one, but three songs to him during her concert. This touching scene could easily be the standout celebrity moment of the week for many fans.

On July 6, Swift graced the stage on the concluding night of her Eras Tour in Amsterdam. Kelce, showing his support, attended the show as an excited fan. During the performance, Taylor sang a medley of “Mary’s Song,” “So High School,” and “Everything Has Changed.”

A fan shared a video on social media, capturing Kelce filming Swift while she sang “Everything Has Changed,” a song fans believe was dedicated to him. In the heartwarming clip, the Kansas City Chiefs player can be seen wiping tears from his eyes, clearly moved by Swift’s sweet gesture.

Brittany Mahomes, who is married to Kelce’s teammate Patrick Mahomes, noticed Kelce’s emotional state during the performance and approached him to check if he was okay.

Among the songs performed was “So High School,” which Swift specifically dedicated to Kelce. This track, from her bonus album Anthology, draws a playful comparison between Kelce and a high school athlete, highlighting his role as a tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs.

The lyrics, “You know how to ball, I know Aristotle, brand new, full throttle. Touch me while your bros play Grand Theft Auto,” vividly portray their dynamic. Swift continues in the song, “Are you gonna marry, kiss or kill me? Kill me. It’s just a game, but really, really, I’m betting on all three for us two.”

Source: Marie Claire