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Here’s How Travis Kelce Reacted to Taylor Swift’s ‘Karma’ Lyric Update About ‘The Guy on the Chiefs Coming Straight Home to Me’

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In case you missed it, Taylor Swift went very public about her connection with Travis Kelce by giving him a shout-out during “Karma” (and later kissing him) at her concert in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Saturday night (Nov. 11).

Kelce, who flew to Buenos Aires for Swift this weekend, certainly didn’t miss it. His real-time reaction to her surprise lyric change was caught on camera.

Swift replaced original “Karma” lyric “Karma is the guy on the screen coming straight home to me” with the line “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to me” in front of a live audience at Estadio River Plate, stunning fans and the Kansas City Chiefs tight end, who was enjoying the concert with Swift’s dad in the VIP tent.

Kelce was simply watching Swift on stage during the Midnights set of her Eras show when he heard Swift’s new lyric. Scott Swift, Taylor’s dad, hit the football star’s shoulder and cheered when it happened, while Kelce covered his face with his hands.

Taylor’s love interest then grinned widely and did a happy little dance.

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When the show wrapped, Swift ran straight into Kelce’s arms and kissed him. The lovey-dovey moment was also captured and shared by Swifties at the stadium.

Kelce had taken Swift out to dinner Friday, and then was spotted at Swift’s show early on Saturday, hanging out with Mr. Swift.

In the clip below, see Kelce’s adorable reaction to being “the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to” Swift.

🎥| Travis Kelce’s reaction to “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs” pic.twitter.com/aXnJFTMhXn

— The Swift Society (@TheSwiftSociety) November 12, 2023

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