Taylor Swift nodded several times to her new football star boyfriend, Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs, during her Eras Tour stop in Argentina on Saturday.
And the 34-year-old athlete was in the audience to take them all in.
The latest theory from fans is that she decided to sing an acoustic version of End Game from her 2017 album Reputation as a note to the athlete.
The song is about a love that will never die.
And here’s the proof, according to Swifties: When the 33-year-old sang the song from her piano, spectators’ bracelets lit up in red and gold, the color of the Chiefs team.
Nods to her boyfriend: Taylor Swift nodded several times to her new football star boyfriend, Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs, during her Eras Tour stop in Argentina on Saturday. And the athlete sat in the audience to take them all in
He’s her endgame: The latest theory is that her choice to sing the tune End Game, about a love that will never die, was for Kelce. As the 33-year-old sang the song, spectators’ armbands lit up in red and gold, the color of the Chiefs team
There were two other nods to the football hunk.
She watched the tight end player the entire time as she belted out her hit single Lover; in the past she hasn’t looked at one person in particular.
And finally, she changed the text in Karma from “Karma is the guy on the screen” to “Karman is the guy from the Chiefs,” causing Travis to jump out of his chair and hold his face.
Travis watched the show from the VIP tent where Taylor’s father Scott Swift was also located.
Fans were thrilled with Taylor’s very public nods, calling her a “mastermind.”
Kelce seemed thrilled about the extra attention from his girlfriend that he had been receiving for only a few months. Kelce admitted on Wednesday’s episode of his New Heights podcast that Taylor told him in advance that she would give him a wink during the show.
‘I had no idea. Well, I might have had a little idea, but when I heard it come out of her mouth it still shocked me,” he said.
“It was like, ‘Oh, she actually just said that,'” he added.
This comes after Travis said Taylor wasn’t happy about postponing a show due to extreme weather.
On Kelce’s first night in Argentina, Swift was forced to cancel the show just hours before she was scheduled to appear on stage.
“I went there hoping to see Taylor’s second show, but it was raining. There was thunder and lightning,” Kelce said on his TV show. New heights podcast.
Another one: She then watched the tight end player the entire time as she belted out her hit single Lover; in the past she hasn’t looked at one person in particular
For you: And finally, she changed the lyrics in Karma from “Karma is the guy on the screen” to “Karman is the guy from the Chiefs,” causing Travis to jump out of his chair and hold his face
‘She wasn’t too happy about it; she takes pride in performing despite the weather and rain and things like that. But if it’s unsafe for her, her crew and everyone in the stadium, you have to do what you have to do.”
Those who missed it were able to catch her show on Sunday, with local airlines even waiving extra charges for those who had to rebook flights.
“I think it turned out perfect in the end,” Kelce added. ‘It was a few hours ago. Let the expert come and tell you that it’s probably best that we just postpone it.’
That night, Kelce and Swift had a meal that gave the NFL star a chance to meet the singer’s father, Scott. But the couple made sure they weren’t seen around town after the disappointment of the postponement.
“The first night I was there, the only chance I had was really to eat,” he said.
‘It was the night the show was postponed, so we didn’t want to just blast around town – like we didn’t care about the show – so we made sure we stayed at the hotel and kept to ourselves. ‘
He added: “We had a nice meal, had some empanadas and steak… they have good steak there.”
End with a bang: Travis watched the show from the VIP tent where Taylor’s father Scott Swift was also located
During the meal, Kelce also took the opportunity to “get on Scott’s good side, honey.” The Swift family has made no secret of being Eagles fans, but Scott wore a Chiefs lanyard as he watched the re-arranged show next to the Kansas City tight end.
“Are you going to let your devilish good looks and relationship with your daughter distract you from a life of fandom, Scott?” Jason Kelce joked. ‘This is ridiculous.’
Jason said he hoped to get together to talk football with Swift Sr. But when the singer changed the lyrics of her song “Karma” to reference her new flame, Travis and Scott failed to get a high-five.
“Ah Mr. Swift, my apologies, big guy. I never miss a high-five, a big high-five man. It’s the most electric thing you can do at an event. “I’m so sorry, Mr. Swift,” he said.
“The stadium was incredible,” he continued. ‘It was north of 65,000, like 70,000 – three nights in a row. It’s crazy how many sold out shows she has and the venues she visits over and over again.
‘I was amazed. It was also an electric crowd. For anyone who went to those shows, Taylor said it was one of her favorite places to play… Taylor absolutely blew it. She killed it. It looked like she was having fun up there.”