- Kelce caught the three-yard TD pass from Patrick Mahomes in the third quarter
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The Kansas City Chiefs recorded a 41-10 blowout win over the Chicago Bears as superstar tight end Travis Kelce recorded a three-yard touchdown in front of his new girlfriend Taylor Swift.
Swift was seen sitting in a suite next to Kelce’s mother Donna while also wearing Chiefs colors.
Kelce’s touchdown grab came early in the second half when Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes found him in the back of the end zone for an easy score, which pushed the lead to 41-0.
Following his touchdown cameras cut to the suite and Swift appeared to mouth the words ‘lets f***ing go,’ as she celebrated.
Kelce would end up leading the Chiefs in receiving in the game after he finished the contest with seven catches for 69 yards and the TD grab.
Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce recorded a TD in front of Taylor Swift in KC’s win over the Bears
Swift was seen siting with Travis Kelce’s mom to watched the one-sided blowout
Kelce’s TD grab came on a three-yard catch in the back of the endzone during the third quarter
The eight-time Pro Bowler was likely determined to put on the best show he could after revealing to ESPN’s Pat McAfee that he invited Swift to this week’s game.
‘I told her that I’ve seen her rock a stage in Arrowhead and she might have to come see me rock the stage at Arrowhead.,’ Kelce said. ‘We’ll see what happens in the near future.’
Kelce had previously shared on his ‘New Heights’ podcast — which he hosts with his brother, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce — that he was upset that his opportunity to present Swift with a friendship bracelet — along with his phone number — went by the boards during her Kansas City stop of the Eras Tour.
Following the game Kelce recorded a video commending his head coach Andy Reid for moving past legendary former Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry for sole possession of fourth place on the all-time wins list.
‘Get fired up man, we gotta get coach Reid to No. 1,’ Kelce said in a video post to the NFL’s X account.
‘He just got to four, we gotta get him to No. 1. But in the meantime we gonna keep getting these dubs baby. Chiefs Kingdom get loud babyyy.’