Travis Kelce MELTS lots of Fans Heart in Recent Interview: “She brings me so much joy. I’m so lucky to have her. She didn’t know I would be here tonight but a king doesn’t need permission to see his Queen. Travis Kelce surprised Taylor when he rushed from his teammate’s wedding to attend Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour concert in Dublin…

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift leaving


The musician beamed after noticing her boyfriend in the crowd at her third and final show at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday, June 30


Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift leaving

Taylor Swift can’t hide how loved-up she is!

On Sunday, June 30, Travis Kelce jetted to Dublin, Ireland for his 34-year-old girlfriend’s third and final Eras Tour show at the Aviva Stadium.

The Kansas City Chiefs tight end’s appearance came after he attended his teammate Clyde Edwards-Helaire’s California wedding to JoJo O’Conner on Saturday, June 29, in Calabasas.

In clips shared by fans on X (formerly known as Twitter), Swift’s face appeared to light up as she noticed Kelce, 34 — who was wearing a white T-shirt, dark pants, and a baseball cap — had made her show despite the long journey.

One video showed gig-goers cheering as Kelce walked into the stadium while Swift belted out the 2020 Folklore song “August.”

Another clip showed the musician, dressed in a flowing red dress, seemingly spotting Kelce in the VIP tent with a huge grin on her face. “I can’t move on from how you can see the exact moment her eyes go to the tent and she realizes he’s there ,” a fan wrote alongside the video.

Sunday marked Kelce’s first appearance at an Eras Tour show since he made his onstage debut at Swift’s Wembley Stadium gig in London a week before on June 23.

As per usual, Swift’s latest show had a star-studded crowd, with Kelce being seen chatting to Julia Roberts in a clip shared by a fan on X.

The athlete was later seen leaving the stadium with Swift, with the pair beaming and waving to fans in a video shared by a Swiftie on TikTok.

The previous night, Swift had a slight issue during her performance of “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived” as she got stuck on a raised platform on the stage after it did not retract according to plan.

One of her backup dancers, Jan Ravnik, was then seen walking over and giving the pop superstar a helping hand as he helped her down and they continued the performance in a video shared on X.

Saturday’s gig was another special one for Swift, as she told the crowd that Ireland had played a big part in the making of her pandemic-era album, Folklore.

After singing “Cardigan,” Swift told the audience, “Folklore in general, it just belongs in Ireland.”

“How I imagined the album world looking [was like] Ireland. Storytelling with lots of different characters,” she continued. “You guys have that on lock, too. That’s very Irish, the storytelling.”

“When I was making this album, it was two days into the pandemic that I started Folklore, I wasn’t in Ireland. So I had to create an album where the imaginary world that I pretended to go to every single day while I was writing it … I gotta be honest, kinda seemed like Ireland,” Swift went on, adding, “So we’re back to where we belong!”