Taylor Swift to Travis Kelce: ‘I’ve Never Felt This Proud Before’… It’s astonishing that Travis Kelce, once mocked for pursuing Taylor Swift, has become the first man to leave her completely spellbound. ……..Full story below

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift


New footage shows Taylor Swift telling Travis Kelce she’s ‘never been so proud in my life’ after watching him win the Super Bowl last week.


Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift

The popstar flew across the globe from Tokyo to Las Vegas to cheer on Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs as they beat the San Francisco 49ers 25-22 in an overtime thriller.

Swift, who had watched the game in Kelce’s $1million suite with both of their families, made her way down to the field to celebrate with her boyfriend after he got his hands on the Vince Lombardi trophy.

Kelce was mic’d up throughout the game and new footage of the couple celebrating has come to light.

In a clip circulating on social media, believed to be from Inside the NFL, the pair embrace before Swift tells Kelce: ‘I’ve never been so proud in my life. I can’t believe you. How did you do that?’

She even called him ‘magical at one point. Kelce then asks his girlfriend: ‘How do you not have jet lag right now?’

Swift responds: ‘Jet lag is a choice’. She then walks off as Kelce goes off into the crowd to celebrate elsewhere.

Taylor flew almost 5,500 miles to be in Vegas for the Super Bowl last weekend, after wrapping up the latest leg of her Eras Tour in Tokyo on the Friday.

She then flew to Los Angeles on the Saturday, heading to her California property and spending the night there before making the final journey to Vegas on the day of the Super Bowl.

The music megastar rocked up at Allegiant Stadium alongside celebrity pals Blake Lively and Ice Spice, before they joined the likes of Jason and Kylie Kelce in their VIP suite at the game.

Kelce then helped the Chiefs get the better of the 49ers in the dying seconds of overtime, which crowned Kansas City the first back-to-back champions for almost 20 years.

However, the team’s victory parade back in Kansas City descended into tragedy on Wednesday after two gunmen opened fire, leaving one dead and 21 injured.

Fans were left fleeing for their lives after the gunshots rang out at Union Station, before some of them were seen heroically tackling an armed man to the ground.

Police said two gunmen were detained, although their identities remain unclear.

Chiefs players and staff were all eventually confirmed to be safe and accounted for after several of them came to the aid of panicked children caught up in the chaos.

Yet, Kelce has been criticized after he smiled for a ‘tone deaf’ selfie with a police officer outside a restaurant just hours after the horrific shooting.

Fans are now calling the tight end’s behavior into question after a spate of controversial incidents since he took to the field in Vegas for Sunday’s Super Bowl.

The initial ‘red flag’ arrived during the Super Bowl itself when Kelce exploded into a fit of rage towards Chiefs coach Andy Reid on the sideline.

Heading back to the bench, Kelce got in the face of his 65-year-old coach, before quickly being pulled away by a teammate.

Three days later, a drunken Kelce could barely speak and stand up as he took to the stage before the shooting at Wednesday’s parade.

The likes of Patrick Mahomes and Chris Jones were even forced to step in and prevent him from falling over at one stage – which came as a concern to a number of Swift fans.

And the latest of the ‘red flags’ arrived on Wednesday night when a picture surfaced showing Taylor Swift’s boyfriend smiling as he agreed to take a selfie with a police officer.

Kelce, who can be seen with a beer in his hand, was all smiles as he entered the Granfalloon Restaurant and Bar on Wednesday night.