What a big night for Travis Kelce — and he wasn’t even on the football field.
The Chiefs tight end was in attendance for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour show in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Saturday night with her dad, Scott Swift, before the couple was spotted kissing.
Kelce, 34, and the Chiefs are on a bye this week, so the star took the trek down to South America to see the “Style” pop star sing her heart out for three hours at Estadio Monumental.
According to Page Six, Kelce was seen in a VIP tent with Scott Swift and then was spotted dancing in the crow as songstress, 33, was performing “Cardigan.”
After the show concluded, a Swfitie recorded a video of Swift going backstage to meet Kelce, and the two shared a kiss and a hug in a moment of embrace after the lengthy concert.
The two then separated and walked to a private tent.
Kelce arrived in Argentina on Friday, but Swift was forced to cancel her show that night because of the weather.
“I love a rain show, but I’m never going to endanger my fans or my fellow performers and crew,” Swift shared on social media. “We’ve rescheduled tonight’s Buenos Aires show for Sunday due to the weather being so truly chaotic it would be unsafe to try and put on this concert. Good news is I get to stay in Argentina longer!!”
Instead, the two shared a dinner together at Elena restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel and were then seen holding hands while leaving the establishment.
Saturday night was a reversal of roles for the couple after the pop star attended four Chiefs games since their romance was revealed this fall.
In games Swift has attended, Kelce has seen a real uptick in his performance, averaging 108 yards in the four contests she’s seen in person.
In last week’s win over the Dolphins in Frankfurt, Germany, Kelce tallied just 14 receiving yards without his romantic partner in the crowd.
In Week 11 on “Monday Night Football,” Kelce will get to take on the Eagles and his brother Jason, who recently likened the Chiefs star to “Carmen Sandiego” for his penchant for seemingly being all around the globe.