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Travis Kelce seals dramatic Super Bowl win with kiss from ecstatic Taylor Swift

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Travis Kelce got the party started in Las Vegas but not before celebrating his Super Bowl win with girlfriend Taylor Swift.

The tight end led the crowd in singing Elvis’ ‘Viva Las Vegas’ after the Kansas City Chiefs secured a dramatic overtime victory over the 49ers in Sin City before seeking out Swift to seal it all with a kiss.

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Travis Kelce sealed the Super Bowl win with a kiss off Taylor SwiftCredit: Getty

The popstar had flown back from Japan where she had performed the previous night to watch the game and celebrated alongside her friends, including actor Blake Lively.

After the victory was sealed, the 14-time Grammy winner was waiting on the sidelines to congratulate the three-time Super Bowl winner.

She was there to listen, along with mom Donna, to Kelce lead fans in song, first with Elvis then the Beastie Boys classic: “You got to fight, for your right, to party!”

The couple eventually found each other amongst the camera and confetti.

They kissed several times and hugged tightly as Swift told him he’s ‘unbelievable’.

It’s not the first time they have shared a heartwarming moment after a game this season.

The loved-up couple shared a big hug after the AFC Championship game against the Baltimore Ravens in the previous round of the playoffs.

Kelce had an eventful game, clashing with head coach Andy Reid in the first half.

Kelce is now a three-time Super Bowl winner and one of the sport's GOATS

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Kelce is now a three-time Super Bowl winner and one of the sport’s GOATSCredit: Getty
Swift and her entourage went berserk when Hardman ran in for the game-winning score

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Swift and her entourage went berserk when Hardman ran in for the game-winning scoreCredit: Getty

Kelce was visibly annoyed at being taken out of the game after Isiah Pacheco fumbled the ball in the red zone.

He proceeded to scream in Reid’s face on the sidelines and had to be carried away by a teammate.

Taylor Swift goes crazy in wild celebrations with Blake Lively and Ice Spice as Kansas City Chiefs win the Superbowl

However, all was forgiven by the end of the game as Kelce was asked what he said to Reid during the heated exchange.

“I’m going to keep that between us,” Kelce said.

“I was just telling him how much I love him.”

The win, which saw overtime in a Super Bowl for just the second time in NFL history and the first post-season game decided under the league’s new overtime rules, meant the Chiefs are the first team since the 2004 Patriots to win back-to-back Super Bowls.

The scenes at Allegiant Stadium were befitting of the historic achievement.





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