WATCH: Video of Travis Kelce Backstage at Taylor Swift Concert Goes Viral

Video of Travis Kelce Backstage at Taylor Swift Concert Goes Viral


Travis Kelce has been a focal point at Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour shows in Paris, with one video of the NFL star now having gone viral.


Swift kicked off the European leg of her record-breaking tour in Paris on May 9 and performed four sold-out shows at the city’s La Défense Arena, with Kelce attending the final gig on Sunday night.

Video of Travis Kelce Backstage at Taylor Swift Concert Goes Viral

The pop superstar made an impressive amount of changes to the set—including one that paid tribute to her football-playing boyfriend. Swift gave live debuts to seven tracks from her new album The Tortured Poets Department and performed a variety of fan-favorite TTPD tracks, including “But Daddy I Love Him,” “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived,” “Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me? and “So High School”—the latter of which is presumed to be about her relationship with Kelce.

Sunday marked the 87th stop of the Eras Tour, a significant number mirrored in Kelce’s jersey for the Kansas City Chiefs. The tight end has been front and center at Swift’s latest concerts, with his latest viral moment happening when he headed backstage while Swift performed “Karma,” the final song at Sunday’s show.

A video was uploaded to X, formerly Twitter, by user @SwiftNYC, who provides a variety of updates about Swift.

“Travis heading backstage for Taylor as the 87th Eras Tour show comes to an end,” the caption reads. At the time of writing, it had been viewed 267,400 times.

Newsweek emailed a spokesperson for Kelce for comment on Thursday.

Swifties shared their love for Kelce in the comments, with one person writing: “His outfits never disappoint.”

This isn’t the first time that Kelce has gone viral while heading backstage on Sunday, as a clip of him appearing by the stage near the VIP section gained traction online.

In a clip posted to X, Kelce can be seen dancing away to Swift’s hit song “Karma” as her fans cheered in excitement. He smiled at the crowd, who reached out their hands to give him high-fives, and showed off his dance moves as they boogied along with him.

“My friend sent me this from the VIP area in Paris! Travis Kelce came down and hung out with them!” wrote X user @vrmarquette. Her post has notched up 455,800 views.

On the same night, Kelce was also spotted in the stands, with fans having thought he sent a subtle gesture to his famous girlfriend during the concert.

During Swift’s performance of “So High School,” Kelce smiled and pointed to himself when she sang “I feel so high school every time I’m with you.”

In the first verse, Swift appears to reference an Afterbuzz interview in which Kelce played “Marry, Kiss or Kill” in 2016, and the NFL star chose Swift, Ariana Grande and Katy Perry, although he had yet to meet his now girlfriend

“Are you gonna marry, kiss, or kill me? It’s just a game, but really, I’m bettin’ on all three for us two,” Swift sings on the track.

Swift will next perform in Stockholm, Sweden, from May 17 to May 19. After that, she will head to other European countries, including Portugal, Spain and Germany. She will also perform shows in England.

After completing the European leg of her tour in the middle of August, she will make a few last-minute appearances in American cities, including Miami, New Orleans and Indianapolis. She’s scheduled to end her tour in Canada, with multiple shows in November and December. It is expected to conclude on December 8 in Vancouver, five days before her 35th birthday.

Kelce, alongside his Chiefs teammates, will attend training camp in the summer. The camp will start on July 23 and run until August 17, with only six days off during that time. This means Kelce will be busy while Swift is on the road.