Travis Kelce has heavy competition for success in his relationship with Taylor Swift.
The Chiefs’ superstar tight end wants to make sure he’s not holding them down.
“She’s unbelievable,” Kelce said of Swift on Monday night at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas during Super Bowl 2024 Opening Night. “She’s rewriting the history books. I told her I’ll have to hold up my end of the bargain and bring home some hardware, too.”
Swift received two Grammy awards Sunday night for her 2022 “Midnights” album, winning the Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal album awards.
The two-time Super Bowl champion revealed his favorite Swift song is “Anti-Hero” “because I hear it every day.”
Kelce and Swift’s romance has taken over the NFL, and she’s regularly attended Chiefs games — including every playoff game — in suites throughout the season.
“She’s brought a lot of new faces to the game… She’s enjoyed the games,” Kelce said. “She’s a part of Chiefs kingdom right now.”
Swift on Sunday announced that she will be releasing a new album called “The Tortured Poets Department” will be released April 19.
Kelce said he “can’t say anything” about the new album, but that Swift is going to “shake up the world.”
Swift is expected to be at the Super Bowl, Page Six reported, but will need to complete a wild trip after she finishes up an Eras Tour concert.
Kelce has won two Super Bowls and appeared in three with the Chiefs, but said that this year’s feels different.
“I want this one more than I’ve ever wanted a Super Bowl before in my life,” Kelce said. “It’s because of the type of team we have, the people we have, but also because that tier of teams that have done it twice [in a row] have gone down in history as some of the greats.”
Retirement rumors have swirled around Kelce, who expressed that “it’s something you gotta think about.”
“I have so much love for this game,” Kelce said. “I can’t imagine not doing this as long as I can because I know I’ll miss it when it’s all said and done. I can’t put a timestamp on how long I’ll play, but I know I’m loving every single bit of coming into work right now.”
He said it’s up in the air if his brother Jason, a standout center on the Eagles, retires after reports emerged that he is hanging it up.