Taylor Swift did not hold back when she embraced boyfriend and Kansas City star Travis Kelce on the field.
Swift was so proud of the Chiefs tight end that she declared her pride in Kelce’s latest Super Bowl trip for nearby microphones to here.
“I’ve never been so proud of anyone,” Swift appeared to whisper in Kelce’s ear.
The big Chief was overcome with emotion after Kansas City held off the Baltimore Ravens 17-10 to win the AFC Championship.
“Give us a path, guys. Give us a path,” was announced as Kelce made his way toward Swift on the field in Baltimore.
With TV camera operators and media members standing in the way, No. 87 eventually found the international pop music superstar.
“Tay, I’m gonna go enjoy with the guys,” Kelce told Swift, announcing that he was about to celebrate another Chiefs Super Bowl trip with his teammates.
Before that happened, Swift and Kelce kissed and hugged while cameras recorded everything.
“I love you so much it’s not funny,” Kelce said.
Then Swift backed up the love with public pride in one of the greatest tight ends in NFL history.
“I’ve never been so proud,” said Swift, delivering her heartfelt message.
Kelce was equally proud.
Tears appeared to stream down his face as he left Swift, on the way to celebrate with his Kansas City teammates.
The pop star was eventually recognized by Chiefs coach Andy Reid from a podium.
Swift also kept making big money for the NFL, with Front Office Sports estimating the singer has added more than $300 million to the league’s brand.
Next up for the Swift-Kelce connection is a planned international flight that will allow Swift to perform a concert in Toyko, Japan and still see Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas a day later.
The Chiefs face the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, February 11 at Allegiant Stadium.