Images have surfaced on social media showing Travis Kelce performing his new Christmas song ‘Fairytale of Philadelphia’ in the recording studio.
Kelce and his brother Jason released their version of the iconic hit “Fairytale of New York” earlier this week, just days before they meet at Arrowhead Stadium when the Chiefs take on the Eagles.
Travis recently returned from South America, where he sat front row as new flame Taylor Swift performed to a sold-out crowd in Buenos Aires.
Now Kelce is perfecting his own performance behind the microphone. A clip has flooded social media showing him looking sleek – wearing headphones and a tank top – as he tweaked the lyrics to the old hit.
‘They have cars as big as bars, they have rivers of gold. But the wind goes right through it, it’s no place for the old,” Kelce sings.
Footage has surfaced showing Travis Kelce during the studio recording of ‘Fairytale of Philadelphia’
The Kansas City Chiefs star released the Christmas song with his brother Jason (L).
“When you first took my hand on a cold Christmas Eve, you promised me that Broad Street was waiting for me.”
The footage has been well received on social media, with Swift fans promising to take the song ‘into the top 10’.
Some social media users praised Kelce’s singing skills, while others called for a collaboration with his new girlfriend.
“He’s unexpectedly good,” one fan wrote. “I’m hoping for a surprise duet with Tay on the Christmas specials album,” another Swiftie commented.
Other supporters imagined the singer’s reaction to hearing the Kelce brothers’ performance. “I’m just giddy imagining Taylor listening to the song today,” one person said.
The siblings also showed off their vocal talents by signing Toby Keith’s 1993 country hit, “Should’ve Been a Cowboy,” on the latest episode of their podcast, New Heights.
The images prompted some supporters to call for a collaboration with girlfriend Taylor Swift