Taylor Swift will not be in Denver this weekend to watch boyfriend Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs play the Broncos.
According to TMZ, Swift is focused on ‘getting back into tour mode’ ahead of her upcoming Eras dates, which start in Argentina from November 9. The 33-year-old star has been on a three-month break from touring.
She has been at several of Kelce’s Chiefs games in the last five weeks – including last week’s 31-17 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers. She even arrived at Arrowhead Stadium in a red Chiefs sweater to cheer him on.
But now, attention for Swift turns back to the music after her football Era – and Kelce could even end up heading to South America to see her perform.
Taylor Swift will not be cheering Travis Kelce on from the stands in Denver this weekend
Swift, 33, reportedly needs to ‘get back into tour mode’ ahead of Eras dates next month
Next week, the Chiefs play Miami Dolphins in Germany on November 5 and then have the following weekend off – which conveniently for Kelce falls just as Swift’s Buenos Aires dates begin.
She plays three nights in the Argentine capital from November 9-11 and then heads to Rio De Janeiro in Brazil the following weekend.
She then has a trio of dates in Sao Paolo from November 24-26 to round out her upcoming leg of dates.
Her first Chiefs game was on September 24 against Chicago Bears, when she appeared in Kelce’s suit at Arrowhead Stadium alongside his mom Donna – confirming speculation linking them together.
The Chiefs won that game 41-10, with Swift caught on camera shouting ‘Let’s f***ing go!’ when Kelce scored a touchdown.
The following week the Chiefs were in New York to play the Jets and Swift turned up with an A-List squad including Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds, Hugh Jackman and Sophie Turner at MetLife Stadium.
She skipped the October 8 game in Minnesota against the Vikings but then returned for the last two Chiefs games, both at Arrowhead Stadium, against the Broncos and the Chargers.
In that time, Kelce has been in the form of his life and consolidated the view of many that he is the best tight end in the history of the game.
The Chiefs, the Super Bowl champions, won every game that Swift was there to watch and go into Sunday’s game with a 6-1 record.
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