Travis Kelce Makes Surprise Appearance At Taylor Swift's Paris Concert

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Kansas City Chiefs All-Pro tight end Travis Kelce was spotted attending his pop superstar girlfriend Taylor Swift's 'Eras Tour' concert in Paris after being absent from the tour's relaunch last week.

Videos shared online showed Kelce, 34, dancing in a private suite as Swift, 34, performed Sunday (May 12) night. The three-time Super Bowl champion was previously filming the upcoming FXX show Grotesquerie when Swift resumed her record-setting tour at Paris La Défense Arena following a two-month break last week, as shown in posts shared by actress and co-star Niecy Nash.

“Look who’s getting ready for his close-up,” Nash said while filming Kelce.

“Who, me?” Kelce replied with a grin.

Last week, videos shared online showed Swift subtly referencing Kelce while doing her rendition of the Swag Surfin' dance -- made popular by the 2009 song by the hip-hop group F.L.Y. (Fast Life Yungstaz -- commonly done during Chiefs games during the 2023 season and postseason while singing her song, So High School, which is believed to be inspired by the All-Pro tight end.

Kelce, one of the NFL's all-time greatest tight ends, has emerged as arguably the biggest star in the league over the past year, having hosted Saturday Night Live last March and been featured in numerous commercials throughout the football season prior to his heavily publicized relationship with Swift. Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader? ran on FOX with host Jeff Foxworthy for three consecutive seasons beginning in 2007 and later returned for a fourth season in 2015, while a newer version for Nickelodeon was hosted by wrestling legend turned actor John Cena in 2019.

Several other NFL stars have hosted game show reboots including Pro Football Hall of Famers Michael Strahan on the modern version of '$100,000 Pyramid' for ABC and Peyton Manning on 'College Bowl' for NBC and Peacock.

Kelce and the Chiefs reached a deal on a extension last month that will pay him an average annual salary of $17.125 million during the next two seasons, which will make him the highest-paid tight end in the NFL.

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