Once the game’s outcome was clear, Swift joined Kelce on the field at M&T Bank Stadium, where he was amidst his teammates and a swarm of cameras. The singer, who has won 12 Grammy awards, shared a celebratory kiss with Kelce, much to the delight of his parents, Donna and Ed Kelce, who were present for this special moment.
In his victory speech, Kelce couldn’t hide his joy over the Chiefs’ triumph. He echoed the Beastie Boys’ famous line, “You’ve got to fight for your right to party” – a sentiment he had shared when they won the Super Bowl in 2023.
Swift, on the other hand, was spotted enjoying the moment, her laughter adding to the excitement as Kelce rallied the Chiefs Kingdom for their upcoming Super Bowl appearance.
During the Chiefs’ ceremony, the broadcast captured a moment of Swift applauding for head coach Andy Reid, her hands raised in appreciation.
Post his victory speech, Travis was seen sharing a warm moment with his brother, Jason Kelce, on the field. Jason, who plays center for the Philadelphia Eagles, showed his support for his brother’s team, the Chiefs, by donning his “Big Yeti” shirt once again on Sunday. Notably, he added another piece of clothing over his T-shirt, enhancing his spirited ensemble.
After his widely-shared shirtless celebration from the previous week, 36-year-old Jason was present at the AFC Championship game. This was where the Chiefs went head-to-head with the Baltimore Ravens.
With the combined efforts of Kelce and quarterback Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs secured a 17-7 victory over the Ravens in the AFC Championship. This win marks their second consecutive year advancing to the grand finale, having clinched the coveted Vince Lombardi Trophy the previous year.
The game was indeed monumental for Kelce, as he equaled the record of the renowned NFL icon, Jerry Rice, for the highest number of catches in NFL postseason history.