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Travis Kelce passionately kisses Taylor Swift and hugs a crying Jason Kelce


The Chiefs are going back to the Super Bowl.

For the fourth time in five years, Kansas will compete for the Vince Lombardi trophy after beating Baltimore in the AFC Championship game on Sunday night.


Kelce celebrates Kansas’ AFC title win with Taylor SwiftCredit: Getty

The Chiefs will take on the winner of San Francisco vs Detroit Lions in the late NFC Championship game.

Travis Kelce was the star of the game, reeling in 11 receptions for 116 yards and one touchdown in the 17-10 victory. 

Those stats also saw him make NFL history by breaking 49ers legend Jerry Rice’s record for most receptions in playoff games.

After the game Kelce was joined by his family and loved ones to see Kansas receive the AFC title for the fourth time in five years.

As Kelce waited for the trophy ceremony to begin, Swift made her way through the throng of photographers and media to congratulate her boyfriend.

Kelce and Swift shared a kiss and a long embrace before Swift helped Travis find his brother Jason.

Travis shared an emotional exchange with his elder sibling and New Heights podcast co-host in a heartwarming moment.

In a sequel to his viral shirtless celebrations last weekend Jason, 36, attended the AFC Championship game alongside dad, Ed.

Microphones on the pitch caught a tearful Jason telling Travis: “You’re the best in the world, man.

“I know how much this means to you, I know it’s been a hard year.”

Kelce kisses Swift before going on stage to collect the Lamar Hunt AFC trophy


Kelce kisses Swift before going on stage to collect the Lamar Hunt AFC trophyCredit: Getty
Travis (right) shared an emotional exchange with his tearful brother, Jason


Travis (right) shared an emotional exchange with his tearful brother, JasonCredit: Getty

He added: “You guys played true. Now finish this motherf*****, finish this motherf*****!”

Travis spoke to CBS announcer Jim Nantz after collecting the Lamar Hunt Trophy.

“Shoutout to Jerry Rice baby but the Chiefs are still the Chiefs,” said Kelce.

The 34-year-old tight end then broke into song in a rendition of the Beastie Boys classic Fight For Your Right.

“You gotta fight for your right to party!” sang Kelce.

“We going to Las Vegas Nevada to get us another one!”

Travis sung the sames lyrics last year when the Chiefs beat Jason’s Eagles to win the 2023 Super Bowl.

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