Watch Travis Kelce React to Taylor Swift’s Sweet ‘Karma’ Song Change

Published: 4:17 AM PST, November 13, 2023

Taylor Swift She took her surprise songs to a whole new level when she changed her “Karma” lyrics to include her boyfriend, Travis Kelce.

The midnights Midway through his set Saturday night at Estadio Monumental in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the singer pulled an audible while singing “Karma,” and belted out, “The guy in the Karma heads, coming straight to my house.”

As soon as Swift sang that line, the whole crowd went absolutely wild. Kelce was listening carefully before singing the line, and the Kansas City Chiefs star was by his side as he changed the lyrics. He covered his face in such disbelief and excitement. When Swift sang that lyric, Scott Kingsley Swift (wearing a Kansas City Chiefs lanyard) asked, “Did you hear that?!?” As if patting Kells on the shoulder.

A video capturing the moment is going viral on social media, and the comments section of Taylor Swift’s fan account is flooded with fans.

One fan tweeted, “This is the best romcom I’ve ever seen in my life.” Another fan wrote, “Scott’s smile … he’s so happy for this girl, she’s so happy that he changed his words.”

A video has also surfaced on social media capturing the moment Swift walked offstage after the concert, ran into Kelce’s arms and planted a big kiss on his lips. Then they disappeared backstage.

Before Saturday night’s show, Swift and Kelce Enjoyed dinner Friday at the Four Seasons Hotel in Buenos Aires. They walked into the restaurant holding hands. It was such a momentous occasion that the patrons of the restaurant started clapping and cheering for the adorable couple.

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Kelce is taking his week off, but he should be back for practice Monday in Kansas City. As for Swift, she will perform on Sunday after being forced out Postpone the program on Friday Due to bad weather.

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