Taylor Swift’s private message to Travis Kelce sparks a frenzy among fans, leaving them intrigued and buzzing with speculation – ss

Taylor Swift fans are losing it over footage that appears to show the star singing directly to Travis Kelce during one of her concerts.

The Kansas City Chiefs tight end has been publicly linked to the pop superstar since September. This year, Swift, 33, has shown up at multiple Chiefs games, and on November 11 Kelce, 34, was spotted at Swift’s Eras Tour show in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in the VIP tent next to the singer’s dad, Scott Swift.

While the concert took place last month, footage is now being shared online of Swift singing directly to Kelce during one of her hit songs. While performing “Blank Space”—which Kelce said was his favorite Swift track in an interview with The Wall Street Journal—she pointed at him on the line “‘Cause you know I love the players.”

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“‘Blank Space’ was one I wanted to hear live for sure. ‘I could make a bad guy good for the weekend.’ That’s a helluva line,” Kelce told the Journal.

In videos of the concert shared online, different angles of the special moment can be seen. One TikTok user uploaded a video on November 11 of Kelce singing along to the song, and a video uploaded to X (formerly Twitter) on Tuesday shows Swift pointing and singing.

“I’m just obsessed with Taylor Swift singing to Travis Kelce,” the user captioned the clip.

Newsweek reached out to representatives for Swift and Kelce for comment via email.

“Saw a video on TikTok of Taylor Swift singing one of her smash hits and pointing straight at Travis Kelce … I thought ppl were being delulu but she was really pointing at him,” said another on X.

“Taylor singing the entirety of blank space to Travis in the audience is my Roman empire,” a third user posted.

A fourth added: “I think about Taylor pointing to Travis when singing ’cause you know I love the players’ ALL THE TIME.”

This isn’t the first time Swift has made a nod to Kelce in performance. Another theory from fans is that she decided to sing an acoustic version of “End Game,” from her 2017 album, as a message to the athlete. The song describes a love that will never die, with the lyrics “I want to be your end game. I want to be your first string. I want to be your A team.”

The moment that led fans to believe this was when Swift sang from her piano and the audience members’ bracelets lit up in red and gold, which are the colors of the Chiefs.

Taylor Swift is seen in New York City on Tuesday, while Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs looks on before a December 3 game against the Green Bay Packers. Swift fans are sharing online footage of Swift singing directly to Kelce in concert.

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The special moments didn’t end there. During the concert in Buenos Aires, Swift tweaked the lyrics to her hit song “Karma.”

“Karma is the guy on the Chiefs, coming straight home to me,” Swift sang. The original lyrics are: “Karma is the guy on the screen, coming straight home to me.”

Once the show ended, video footage online showed Swift running backstage into the arms of Kelce, who then kissed her.

Kelce seemed thrilled with the attention from his girlfriend. In the November 15 episode of his New Heights podcast, which he does with his brother, Jason Kelce, he said Swift told him in advance she was going to give him a nod during the show.

“I had no clue. Well, I might have had a little bit of a clue, but definitely when I heard it come out of her mouth, it still shocked me,” he said when discussing the “Karma” lyric change.

“It was like, ‘Oh, she really just said that,’” he said.