Taylor Swift ran to kiss Travis Kelce after surprising him with lyric change at Eras Tour show
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Known across the world for turning the emotional events of her personal life into chart-topping musical hits, Taylor Swift appears to be more loved-up than ever at the moment.
And though Swift's heartbreaks usually result in a colossal hoard of Grammy Award wins, we're hoping this time that her relationship with the NFL star is for keeps.
That's because a tear-jerking clip has gone viral on social media in the last 24 hours, showing country-turned-pop megastar running into sportsman Kelce's arms following one of her sell-out concert performances.
In the minutes prior, musician Swift gave her new beau a significant shout-out during her gig in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Saturday night.
She sent Swifties wild by changing up the lyrics to her hit song 'Karma' to include a few words about her new Kansas City Chiefs boyfriend.
"Karma is the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to me", she belted out, replacing the original lyric, "Karma is the guy on the screen coming straight home to me".
The incredible moment of the iconic improvisation was captured, showing athlete Kelce smacking his hands against the side of his face in astonishment.
The sportsman was then seen breaking into some dance moves, while he watched the show beside Swift's father, who was also watching from the audience.
Later in the show, she sang to him directly and mouthed the lyrics 'that's my man' during her performance of hit song 'Willow'.
And adding to the hysteria, at the end of the show, blonde bombshell Swift was seen running into Kelce's arms, planting a passionate kiss on his face following curtain call.
Donning a stunning, sparkling mini dress, she wrapped her arms around the 34-year-old NFL champion, who was waiting stage-left.
And fans have since been quick to congratulate Swift on her brand new romance, with making taking to social media to express their well wishes.
"I love seeing her so happy!!!" one X (formerly known as Twitter) user wrote.
Another gushed: "it's so beautiful to see her in love".
"we need a word for them that isn’t america’s sweethearts because this transcends america…more like global sweethearts!" a third tweeted.
A fourth continued: "We love to see her happy. Taylor finally found the one".