Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce are going strong amid packed schedules and keeping their eyes toward the future of their relationship. As Kelce’s NFL season nears its end and Swift’s Eras Tour is gearing back up, a source tells ET where the couple stands today.
“Taylor and Travis are doing really well,” the source says. “They try to spend as much time as they can together. Travis also makes it a point to make sure Taylor feels as comfortable as possible at his home. They have discussed their future as a couple and are excited at the idea of it.”
The source adds, “Right now, Travis is focused on Valentine’s Day and wants to do something fun and special for Taylor.”
Kelce and his Kansas City Chiefs are set to play the Baltimore Ravens on Jan. 28 as they continue their bid for the NFL Super Bowl on Feb. 11. Meanwhile, Swift is nominated in six categories for the GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 4, including Album of the Year for Midnights, along with Song of the Year and Record of the Year for its lead single, “Anti-Hero.” Then, her Eras Tour will resume after a two-month hiatus on Feb. 7 in Tokyo, Japan, where she’ll play for four nights.
The upcoming awards ceremony could prove to be a big moment for Swift. Should Midnights win Album of the Year when the GRAMMY trophies are handed out, she would secure her place above Frank Sinatra, Stevie Wonder and Paul Simon for the most wins in the category of all time. The 12-time GRAMMY winner already has a trio of Album of the Year wins under her belt for Fearless, 1989 and Folklore. With her latest Midnights nomination, Swift has already tied Barbra Streisand for the most nominations in the category with six. (Swift’s albums Red and Evermore were also previously nominated.)