3 reason why Taylor swift dad Scott Kingsley Swift wants daughter and Travis Kelce to get married as quick as possible -It’s getting VERY serious!

3 reason why Taylor swift dad Scott Kingsley Swift wants daughter and Travis Kelce to get married as quick as possible -It's getting VERY serious!


‘Cause there we are again in the middle of the night—Thursday night football that is.


3 reason why Taylor swift dad Scott Kingsley Swift wants daughter and Travis Kelce to get married as quick as possible -It's getting VERY serious!

Taylor Swift attended the Kansas City Chiefs’ game against the Denver Broncos at Arrowhead Stadium in Missouri on Oct. 12. This marked the third Chiefs game the singer has attended this season as romance rumors about her and Travis Kelce continue to spread.

During the game, Taylor could be seen once again chatting and cheering with his mom Donna Kelce in a stadium suite. And it looks like the 12-time Grammy winner got to hang out with another member of the Kelce family too as she was also spotted talking to Travis’ dad Ed Kelce.

But Taylor and Travis’ parents weren’t on their own, kid. Brittany Mahomes, who’s married to Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, also joined them in the suite. In fact, she and Taylor were seen hugging with excitement after Patrick threw the ball to Travis in a major play.

Overall, it felt like the perfect night to cheer the Chiefs to victory—with them beating the Broncos 19 to eight. Taylor showed her team spirit by rocking the red—not only with her signature lip but also with a Chiefs windbreaker from Erin Andrews’ WEAR line (which she paired with a black top and matching skirt).

Fans will just have to wait and see if Taylor and Travis are end game. But for now, Donna—who was also spotted hanging out with the “Bejeweled” artist at the Chiefs’ game against the Chicago Bears in September—is staying tight-lipped on where the duo stand.

“It’s fairly new, so I don’t like to talk about it,” she told Today earlier this month. “It’s just one of those things where, you know, obviously everybody saw me. I was in the boxes with her and it’s just, you know, another thing that’s amped up my life.”

Taylor Swift’s parents have always helped her chase her “Wildest Dreams.”

Long before she was a Grammy-winning superstar and the world’s highest-paid female entertainer, the “Folklore” singer’s parents were listening to her sing karaoke and driving her to local gigs near her hometown of Wyomissing, Pennsylvania.

“She was always singing music when she was 3, 5, 6, 7, years old,” her dad, Scott Swift, told UDaily, the newspaper of his alma mater, the University of Delaware. “It’s Taylor doing what she likes to do.”

Scott and Andrea Swift have been their daughter’s biggest fans since birth, nurturing her talent and passion from a young age while striving to keep the pressures of fame off of her.

“There would always be an escape hatch into normal life if she decided this wasn’t something she had to pursue,” Andrea told Entertainment Weekly in 2008. “And of course that’s like saying to her, ‘If you want to stop breathing, that’s cool.’ ”

Andrea, a former marketing manager at an advertising agency, married Scott, a stockbroker-turned-vice-president for Merrill Lynch, on February 20, 1988, in Harris County, Texas. The couple welcomed Taylor on Dec. 13, 1989. Just over two years later, Taylor became a big sister when her brother Austin was born on March 11, 1992.

The two siblings grew up on a 15-acre Christmas tree farm in Pennsylvania before eventually moving to the suburbs of Nashville after the “Teardrops On My Guitar” singer landed her first major record deal with Sony at age 14.

Within a few years of taking that leap of faith, Taylor made her debut onstage at the Grand Ole Opry as a rising country star in September 2006. Andrea began to accompany her on the road as her career took off, while Scott stayed home with Austin.

By 2010, Taylor’s chart-topping success took her to the Grammys, where she swept up four awards and made history as the youngest artist ever to take home album of the year for 2008’s Fearless. She effusively thanked both her parents for their support in her acceptance speech, dedicating the award to her dad. “This is for all those times that you said I could do whatever I wanted in life,” she said. “And my mom, you’re my best friend.”

Keep reading for more about Taylor Swift’s parents, Scott and Andrea Swift.



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