Travis Kelce FINALLY Shows Up and Reacts to Girlfriend Taylor Swift Reenacting his signature bow and arrow move AGAIN during sold-out show in Dublin “That’s my lady, and this is one of the many reasons why I can’t…”

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift doing the Archer move


Taylor Swift has been aiming for the heart with a sweet new addition in her concerts.


Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift doing the Archer move

The hitmaker, 34, who thrilled fans in Dublin with her salute to the Irish flag, also captured the audience’s attention by borrowing a signature dance move from boyfriend Travis Kelce, 34.

During her performance of Midnight Rain in Dublin Friday night, Swift pretended to be using a bow and arrow while singing the line, ‘And he never thinks of me / Except when I’m on TV.’

Kelce, who is a tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs, uses a similar move when he runs on the field at Arrowhead stadium for home games.

‘I always wanted to do something when I ran out of the tunnel,’ the Super Bowl winner explained during an October 2023 episode of his New Heights podcast with brother Jason Kelce.

‘I’m like, “Man, you know what’s really been motivating for me?’ It’s to always dream big [and] always shoot for the stars, so I’m just out there shooting for the stars, baby.”‘

Swift played to a sold-out crowd at Aviva Stadium, with the Irish Examiner estimating fans had traveled from all across the Emerald Isle to see the concert.

As she took the stage, the outlet reported Swift told her concertgoers that no other audience compared to Irish fans.

‘I’m just having this feeling of “we’re back,” she said.

‘I haven’t gotten to play a song in Dublin in, I think it’s been five years. Nobody does this like you.’

The Grammy winner added the archery move to her recent shows at Wembley Stadium during her song So High School from her most recent album, The Tortured Poets Department, and Kelsey was spotted in the VIP section reciprocating.

During one of those shows, Kelce earned more than a little applause when he joined her on stage in a tux with top hat and tails for the transition from ‘The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived’ to ‘I Can Do It With a Broken Heart.

In a now viral video, one of her dancers, Kameron Saunders who usually says ‘like ever’ into the mic during We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together, put an Irish twist on the night exclaiming ‘póg mo thóin’ in Gaelic or ‘kiss my a**’ for the elated audience.

Her surprise songs included an acoustic mashup of State of Grace and You’re On Your Own Kid’ on the guitar.

She then sat at the piano for a combo of Sweet Nothing and Hoax.

The singer has two more sold-out shows to play in Dublin. Swift will be crisscrossing Europe with a return to London in mid-August.

She will return to North America after that and finish up the marathon tour in Vancouver, BC December 8.