Taylor Swift and Tony Romo engaged in a playful conversation with each other and it would be safe to say there is no “bad blood” between the two.
As reported by PEOPLE, the 34-year-old singer and the 43-year-old NFL commentator, were spotted discussing their “different” skill sets.
The two were seen having the conversation as they caught up after the Kansas City Chiefs’ victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, January 28, 2024.
In a video posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, Swift and Romo chatted it up on the field of the M&T Bank Stadium after the game as they were accompanied by Travis Kelce’s mother, Donna Kelce.
Swift smiled and turned to Romo as she said, “Well, we’re doing very different things, aren’t we? It’s a different skill set.”
“Yeah,” Romo replied and the duo then proceeded to give each other a friendly fist bump.
This catch-up comes a few weeks after Romo accidentally referred to Swift as the wife of the Kansas City Chiefs' tight end instead of his girlfriend, not once but twice!
Romo first mistook the Midnights hit-maker for Kelce's wife as he was commentating on the Chiefs' game against the Buffalo Bills at the Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri, held on December 10, 2023.
As the camera shifted their focus from the 34-year-old athlete to a supportively cheering Swift, Romo said, "As you see, Kelce’s wife, Taylor Swift, in the audience — er, I'm sorry. Girlfriend!" he quickly corrected himself.
"Not yet," a second commentator beside Romo, replied, laughing at the blunder.
Romo mistakenly called the Karma crooner Kelce’s wife on Christmas Day during the second quarter of the Chiefs' game against the Las Vegas Raiders.
ESPN took to their official Instagram account at that time to post a video that showed a camera panned to Swift as she stood up in the stands and cheered for her boyfriend.
“And his wife loves it, I mean, girlfriend,” Romo could be heard saying in the clip.
“You’ve been down that road with that before,” the broadcaster of the game, Jim Nantz, wittily responded to the blunder.