Travis Kelce has been taking notes from pop star girlfriend Taylor Swift, belting out in song after the Chiefs topped the 49ers in an overtime 25-22 Super Bowl 2024 win.
Kelce is typically known for singing the Beastie Boys’ “Fight For Your Right” at all celebratory moments for Kansas City, but during his victory speech while holding his third Lombardi Trophy in 11 years with the Chiefs, he added an additional track.
The nine-time Pro Bowler sang Elvis Presley’s “Viva Las Vegas” into the microphone in front of the Allegiant Stadium crowd as Swift watched from the field below the stage alongside Donna Kelce.
“Chiefs Kingdom! Y’all hear this? We’ve been fighting for our right all day,” he said prior to the sing-a-long.
“We get a chance to do it three times in a row. … I’ll see y’all next year,” he added.
The game, however, wasn’t always looking like it was going to warrant a party.
The Chiefs, who have struggled offensively throughout the year, trailed 10-3 at the half and didn’t gain the lead until the end of the third quarter, 13-10.
During the second quarter, the broadcast caught Kelce shoving and yelling at head coach Andy Reid after Isiah Pacheco fumbled in the red zone following a play where former Jets receiver Mecole Hardman had a huge 52-yard gain.
According to CBS’s Tracy Wolfson, Kelce also threw his helmet as he came off the field.
However, Reid and Kelce were later seen sharing a hug, appearing to shrug off the exchange in an effort to win the game and move on.
After the victory, Kelce told ESPN that he would like to keep the altercation between Reid and himself.
“I was just telling him how much I love him,” he said.
Kelce was able to celebrate the victory alongside Swift, who attended the game after putting on four shows in Tokyo, Japan, for her Eras Tour.
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The two embraced and shared a kiss on the field after his speech and sing-a-long moment.
Swift sat in a star-studded suite alongside Ice Spice and Blake Lively. Her family and the Kelce family were also present.
In his third Super Bowl victory, Kelce tallied nine receptions on 10 targets for 93 yards.