Travis Kelce ‘the happiest I’ve ever been’ in blossoming Taylor Swift relationship and Super Bowl glory with the Chiefs: ‘I’m oozing life right now – everything seems to be full throttle’


A third Super Bowl victory and a blossoming relationship with Taylor Swift has left Travis Kelce the happiest he has ever been, the Kansas City star has revealed.

The 34-year-old helped his Chiefs team to the third Super Bowl title of his career in February and their second in a row, meaning next season they will have a shot at an historic and unprecedented ‘three-peat’ in the NFL.

Away from the field, he has been on vacation in the Caribbean with girlfriend Swift and recently announced the return of his Kelce Jam music festival in Kansas City.

Furthermore, his New Heights podcast that he hosts with older brother Jason has just been nominated for a Webby. He is also planning to open a steakhouse in Kansas City with teammate Patrick Mahomes in early 2025.

‘I’m the happiest I’ve ever been. I’m a guy that some people say is glass half full, half empty, and my glass is all the way full. It’s all the way full,’ Kelce told PEOPLE.

Kelce’s New Heights podcast was nominated for a Webby Award earlier this week, too

‘I’m oozing life right now. It’s just so much fun getting into when you win the Super Bowl, all these doors open, and so I’ve just been going through all these open doors, experiencing life and just appreciating the people that have got me here and also staying high and meeting new faces.

It doesn’t feel like there’s much chill in my life. Everything seems to be full throttle and just moving at the speed of light, and that’s how I kind of like it.’

Kelce was pictured in Los Angeles with his brother Jason and has admitted that he is having conversations with figures in the entertainment industry about life after football.

‘I like it to be up pace. I like to have just exciting things going on,’ Kelce explained.

‘And sure enough, I’m out here in the entertainment world trying to dabble into that before I get back locked in on football and knowing that that’s going to be my focus until I’m done playing.

‘But to dabble around in the entertainment space is something that I’m really interested in.’

While the NFL season won’t start until September, the Chiefs will start holding Organized Team Activities from May as part of the build up to the new campaign