The Internet is convinced Kelce gifted Swift her custom Nike kicks
After Sunday's match between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Los Angeles Chargers, the "Anti-Hero" singer, 33, and the tight end, 34, hung out backstage at Arrowhead Stadium, where they snapped a photo with Chiefs player Mecole Hardman Jr. and his girlfriend Chariah Gordon.
While the snap featured some PDA from Swift — who was photographed kissing Kelce on the cheek — eagle-eyed Swifties were quick to spot the red-and-white Nike Air Force 1 Low shoes on her feet, which they believe were given to her by Kelce.
A Swift fan account on X, formerly known as Twitter, speculates that Kelce and his friends gift customized shoes and clothes to their partners as a token of commitment.
To back this up, they tweeted a pic shared by Chiefs free agent Ross Travis showing him and a group of people all rocking the kicks (though it is not specified who the feet belong to).
For now, it has not been confirmed that Kelce gifted the sneakers to Swift, but fans can join the club by getting their hands on the customized pair for $135 on Nike’s website.
Within the past month, the Miss Americana star has truly embraced the Chiefs lifestyle, teaming her game-day merch with preppy flair.
Most recently, she rocked a beaded bracelet bearing Kelce's jersey number, 87. During the Chiefs’ Oct. 12 match against the Denver Broncos, she cheered on from her stadium suite, wearing a windbreaker jacket from Erin Andrews' apparel brand, Wear by Erin Andrews, with a black tank top and miniskirt. And for her first football game in support of Kelce, the star wore a branded jacket slung around her arms.
And she’s always made sure to complete her makeup with her signature red lip.
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While Swift’s appearances have become a total fashion show for her supporters, they also seem to be working in favor of Kelce’s game-day performance.
On Wednesday’s episode of New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce, the two brothers discussed how Swift's attendance has helped improve Travis’ mojo.
“When T Swift is at the game, you are averaging 99 yards and when you are left with only your friends and remaining family there, you are at 46.5 yards a game,” said Jason, who plays center for The Philadelphia Eagles.
Travis replied, "It's kind of hard for me to wrap my head around that sentence.”
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