Travis Kelce expressed gratitude for his girlfriend Taylor Swift, calling her "Tay," as he looked back on their celebration on the field after the Kansas City Chiefs' AFC Championship win.
On the recent episode of the New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce show, Travis thanked Taylor for being part of the team, following a playful comment from his brother Jason Kelce about the singer making it to the Super Bowl in her rookie year.
The 34-year-old NFL player talked about the celebrations after the game on the field, saying, "It was so fun seeing you guys afterwards hanging around to see us raise that Lamar Hunt trophy yet again."
Jason then recalled, "We had the whole family down on the field, we had me, mom, dad and Taylor. Everybody was down there."
The center for the Philadelphia Eagles further mentioned how great it was to witness his brother and the Chiefs celebrating their deserved victory.
Travis then, shared his feelings about the moment when the Cruel Summer songstress and his coach Andy Reid interaction while he was on stage energizing the crowd.
The Kansas City Chiefs' tight end said, "That was a cool moment to see afterwards, I didn't get to see it cause I was up on the stage screaming fight for your right, but that was a cool one."
Travis and the Anti-Hero hit maker shared several sweet moments on the field after the game.
In the midst of the celebration, they shared a tender kiss while enjoying the moment with Travis' parents, Donna and Ed Kelce, and Jason.