Travis Kelce calls Taylor Swift is his ‘good luck charm’

Travis Kelce calls Taylor Swift is his ‘good luck charm’


Call her the lucky one.

As Travis Kelce and his Kansas City Chiefs continue to pile up the wins this season, the tight end is also enjoying his budding romance with Taylor Swift, whom he has called “his good luck charm,” according to a new report.


Travis Kelce calls Taylor Swift is his ‘good luck charm’

“He jokes she is his good luck charm,” a source told The Messenger of Kelce, 34, and Swift, 33

The pop megastar, who was first linked to the two-time Super Bowl champion last month, supported the Chiefs during their Week 3 and Week 4 contests, both of which were wins.

Although Swift missed Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings — a 27-20 Chiefs victory and their fourth of the year — her loved ones are apparently thrilled to see her making the most of this exciting era.

“Taylor is having the time of her life at these football games cheering on Travis,” the insider said.

“Her and her friends are fully embracing this era and are having a lot of fun being there.”

Swift first cheered on the Chiefs in late September, when she sat in a suite at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City with Kelce’s mom, Donna.

The following week, she and her A-List pals — including Blake Lively and husband Ryan Reynolds — backed the Chiefs for their primetime showdown against the Jets at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.

Brittany Mahomes, the wife of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, also joined Swift in the starry suite last week.

Though this week’s win may be in the Chiefs’ rearview mirror, there was much luck to go around on Sunday — especially in the case of Kelce.

The eight-time Pro Bowler shook off a non-contact right foot injury sustained in the first half against the Vikings.

Kelce returned to action in the third quarter and finished the day with 10 catches for 67 yards and a touchdown.

The Chiefs host the Broncos on “Thursday Night Football” in Week 6.


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