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Jason and Travis Kelce on New Heights


Kelce opened up about his debut on the “Eras Tour” stage in London and how he collaborated with Swift on the idea.


Travis and Jason Kelce on New Heights

Swifties have been buzzing since Travis Kelce made his onstage debut during girlfriend Taylor Swift’s “Eras Tour” show in London on June 23, and now, he’s sharing details about how his surprise appearance came to be.

On the July 3 episode of his “New Heights” podcast, which he co-hosts with brother Jason Kelce, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end revealed he originally thought of the idea to join Swift onstage at Wembley Stadium.

Jason and Travis Kelce on New Heights

“It’s very unlike me,” the three-time Super Bowl winner joked. “I don’t love going on stages.”

His brother, who attended Swift’s other London shows with wife Kylie Kelce, asked who came up with the idea.

“I initially mentioned it to Tay. I was like, ‘How funny would it be if I just rolled out on one of the bikes during the ‘1989’ (portion of the show),'” Travis Kelce explained.

“She started laughing,” he continued. “She was like, ‘Would you seriously be up for doing something like that?'”

He told her he would “love” to be involved.

“I’ve seen the show enough — might as well put me to work here,” he recalled.

“Sure enough, she found the perfect, perfect part of the show for me to come in. There was no bike in case I ran into somebody else or hit one of the dancers or anything. It was the safest option,” the younger Kelce explained.

He also shouted out some of Swift’s dancers, including Kameron Saunders, who is the brother of Kelce’s former Chiefs teammate Khalen Saunders, and explained how the dancers are trying to bring Swift back to life during the newer “Tortured Poets Department” section of her show.

“(They’re) trying to bring her back to life, get her ready to perform the rest of the show, so to speak — knowing she can do it with a broken heart, right?” he added, the latter part being a reference to lyrics from Swift’s song “I Can Do It With a Broken Heart.”

Jason Kelce added that song may be his “favorite.”

“It’s such a fun, playful part of the show,” Travis Kelce said. “It was the perfect area, or perfect time, for me to go up there — just be a ham and have some fun.”

He added he had “an absolute blast” and got to “pull out” one of his favorite moves, which was inspired by Jim Carrey’s character’s moves in “Dumb and Dumber.”

And then just made sure I played with Tay and got her makeup right,” he said.

He said it was “an honor” just to be on the stage with Swift and her team of dancers and again shouted out Kam and how he won two Super Bowl titles with his brother, whom he also described as one of his “all-time favorite teammates.”

Travis Kelce wasn’t too nervous about messing up during his appearance and said, “You can do no wrong when Taylor’s onstage.” However, there was “one thing” he was hesitant about.

After walking onstage, he carried Swift to a red sofa and pantomimed getting the singer ready to continue her performance.

Listen, the one thing I told myself is: ‘Do not drop the baby. Do not drop this — do not drop Taylor on your way over to this damn couch.’ The golden rule was: ‘Do not drop Taylor getting her over to the couch,'” he recalled.

During his time on the stage, Travis Kelce also pulled out a heel-click dance move.

“About time my heel-click paid off,” he said. “I’ve been doing that s— since I was a f—— toddler.”

Swift acknowledged Kelce’s appearance during the “Eras Tour” in a social media post June 24.

I’m still cracking up/swooning over @killatrav’s Eras Tour debut ,” she wrote, adding she’s “never going to forget” these London shows. The singer performed for three nights in June at Wembley Stadium and will return for five more shows in August.