- Kelce played this game in an interview about six years ago
- The tight end came up for Swift and caught 69 yards and a touchdown
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ET Canada has uncovered a video from years ago of Travis Kelce playing a game of ‘Kiss, Marry, Kill’ – with one of the three people examined being Taylor Swift.
Swift accepted a proposal from Kelce amid their rumored romance by attending the Chiefs-Bears game at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City yesterday.
She was spotted in Kelce’s family box, sitting next to his mother, Donna, and beamed when Travis scored a touchdown late in the game.
Afterwards, Kelce and Swift were seen walking Arrowhead together in the neighborhood.
But in a video from about six years ago with AfterBuzz TV, Kelce played a game of “Kiss, Marry, Kill” — with the three options being Swift, Ariana Grande and Katy Perry.
In a six-year interview, Travis Kelce performed ‘Kiss, Marry, Kill’ with Taylor Swift as an option
Yesterday, Swift accepted Kelce’s invite to Arrowhead Stadium and watched the tight end catch seven passes for 69 yards and the final touchdown of a 41-10 win over Chicago.
After the game, Kelce and Swift were seen leaving Arrowhead Stadium together
After initially accepting the premise as “screwed up,” he admitted that he would have to throw Ariana Grande into the “kill” category.
“Ariana was unfortunately murdered,” Kelce said. “I love you, but you’re gone.”
He then followed that up by saying he would refer to Swift as his “kiss” and Perry as his “marriage.”
Kelce made sure to put on a show yesterday to make up for lost time as rumors of his fast-developing romance with the pop star continued to develop.
He revealed on The Pat McAfee Show that he invited Swift to the game, saying, “I threw the ball in her court and told her, ‘I saw you rock the stage at Arrowhead.’ Maybe you should come see me rock out. stage in Arrowhead and see which one is a little more lit. “We’ll see what happens in the near future.”
Swift did indeed see Kelce rock Arrowhead — as he hauled in seven catches for 69 yards, as well as the final touchdown of the day in a 41-10 demolition of the Chicago Bears.