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Romantic: Taylor Swift makes reference to Travis Kelce at a concert in London

The singer Taylor Swift makes a point of showing your love for your boyfriend Travis Kelce whenever possible. During her show in London, England, on Friday (21), the artist made a small reference to her beloved, who was watching the performance in the audience.

When singing the song “So High School”, Taylor did a move that Kelce often does during Kansas City Chiefs games: using an “invisible” bow to launch an arrow. The song, which is part of the album “Tortured Poets Department”, features love verses that portray the singer’s relationship with the American football player, such as the excerpt: “You know how to play ball, I know Aristotle”.

See the moment of reference in the video below and then the same move made by Kelce in a game:

At another point in the show, while singing the song “Karma,” Taylor changed the lyrics to “Karma is the Chiefs guy coming straight home to me,” referencing the team Kelce plays for.

In addition to the athlete, Taylor’s concert in London was also attended by the British royal family. In a selfie published on her Instagram profile, the singer wished a happy birthday to Prince William, who turned 42 on Friday (21). Heirs George and Charlotte also attended the show.

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Source: CNN Brasil

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