- Taylor Swift’s parents will be in Kansas City for Chiefs vs Eagles games
- But Travis Kelce hinted that other people would “come for a Super Bowl rematch.”
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Travis Kelce remained coy about whether or not Taylor Swift would be in Kansas City for the Chiefs’ game against the Eagles on Monday night, but hinted that he has “friends who are Eagles fans” and “friends who just coming for a Super Bowl.” revenge.
It’s believed Swift’s parents will travel to Kansas City to watch their beloved Eagles take on their daughter’s new boyfriend on Monday night.
But it remains to be seen whether Swift herself will be there, given that she is performing in Rio de Janeiro 24 hours earlier.
But, in the latest bonus episode of their New Heights podcast, the Kelce brothers were discussing who would be in the crowd at Arrowhead Stadium.
And Travis, although he remained unmoved throughout the game, said he had some “Eagles fan friends” coming.
When asked if the whole family would be there, Jason replied: “Kylie (his wife) is going. I don’t think she’s bringing the girls (their three daughters).
“She is hosting a field hockey clinic with her college coaches in the Kansas City area, if anyone is interested.”
He added: “Mom’s coming, Dad’s coming, Uncle Don’s coming.
Travis then interrupts by saying, “We’re going to have a bunch of Cleveland Heights natives in the house.”
“And then friends who are Eagles fans and friends who are just coming for a Super Bowl rematch, man.”
Just a few months into their whirlwind romance, Swift and Kelce have already met their parents; with the pop sensation seen alongside her new boyfriend’s mom and dad at recent Kansas City games.
Last week, it was Travis’ turn to meet the family as the Chiefs tight end was spotted with Swift’s father, Scott, at his concert in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
And now, it seems like the time has come for the new couple’s families to cross paths for the very first time.
According to ET, Swift and Kelce’s respective parents — Donna and Ed Kelce, as well as Andrea and Scott Swift — are both expected to attend the game at Arrowhead.
Jason admitted that the attention paid to both brothers while preparing for the game can become overwhelming.
He said: “I think the extra attention sometimes comes from outside people, but we really enjoy playing against each other.
“I think there’s a lot of familiarity within both organizations. There are a lot of friends and family who are excited, so it all means a lot to us and we get to enjoy it for a whole week.
“I think we could do without the outside media hyping it up so much, but we get it. We get it.
“I feel even worse because it’s a lot about us and not so much about our teammates, who are also playing the game. It always feels weird when it’s the main part of the title when there are so many other games.
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