Video of Travis Kelce singing in the studio has fans saying he's 'soul mates' with Taylor Swift
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While Taylor Swift may be all aboard the Eras Tour hype train right now, there is a certain romance many of her fans are talking about.
During a recent performance of her hit track 'Karma' at her Buenos Aires, Argentina show, Swift decided to switch up the lyrics a bit in a nod to her current beau.
Normally, the lyrics are: "'Cause karma is my boyfriend, Karma is a god. Karma is the breeze in my hair on the weekend, Karma's a relaxing thought."
But Swift decided to mix things up, instead singing: “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to me.”
Given that The Chiefs are Kelce's team, fans were very quick to catch on to what she was getting at.
And given the lyrics saying 'karma is my boyfriend', could this even be a not so subtle way of putting a label on the budding relationship between the pair?
Kelce could be seen in a box watching the show, and when he realised what had happened, he looked visibly touched by the tribute from Swift.
Now, it appears Kelce has returned the favour as he appears to reference Swift in a clip from a recent studio recording.
And as it is now just 39 days until Christmas, Kelce decided to get into the festive spirit with his own rendition of the classic 'Fairytale of New York'.
Typically the lyrics go as: "They've got cars big as bars. They've got rivers of gold.
"But the wind goes right through you, it's no place for the old
"When you first took my hand on a cold Christmas Eve
"You promised me Broadway was waiting for me."
Well in the version Kelce sang, he switched out 'Broadway' for 'Broad Street' - one of the main streets in the US city of Philadelphia.
The link to Swift you ask? The 'Karma' singer is, of course, from the Pennsylvanian city.
"Did he rhyme cars with bars? They truly are soulmates," one person penned.
While a second added: "I really need them to record a song together like right now."