Taylor Swift fans spot secret tribute to Travis Kelce at her concert
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Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce's relationship seems to be going pretty strong, am I right?
The celebrity flames were first rumored to be dating back in September when the 'Exhile' hitmaker was spotted at a Kansas City Chiefs game.
The 33-year-old is currently in the midst of her highly anticipated Eras tour, and recently began the South American leg of it - where Kelce has been spotted in the crowd.
Swift has already paid homage to her 34-year-old beau during one of her performances as she changed the lyrics to her hit track, 'Karma'.
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 the singer switched up one part of the song to instead say: “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to me.”
Now, Swift seems to have given a secret shoutout to her boyfriend once again as she surprised fans with an acoustic set during her concert this week.
The songstress did an acoustic version of her song 'End Game', which fans think she dedicated to Kelce (who was believed to have been in the crowd at the time).
According to die hard Swifties, 'End Game' isn't usually part of her set.
Also, fans bracelets lit up red and gold during the song - the team colors of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Coincidence? I suspect not.
And fans were quick to share their theories on TikTok.
"Just realized the bracelets changed from Blue to RED + GOLD (Chiefs colors) during End Game * with Travis present," one person penned alongside a video of her performing the popular song.
"She’s a mastermind, after all & the whole show was like a huge love letter to travis," another person said.
"She made sure there were no doubts about their relationship by the end of the concert," gushed another.
Someone else went on: "There’s soooo much invisible string in this relationship it makes me so happy."
Meanwhile, another person hailed the moment as a 'BIG gesture' from Swift.
Following Swift swapping the lyrics in 'Karma' during one of her gigs, Kelce's brother, fellow NFL star Jason Kelce, grilled his 34-year-old sibling about it.
"How does it feel to officially be the guy on the Chiefs?" he asked him on their New Heights podcast.
To which the Chiefs favorite replied: "You mean 'Karma'? I had no clue! Well, I might have had a little bit of a clue.
"But definitely when I heard it come out of her mouth it still shocked me. Oh s**t she really said that!"
Ultimate relationship goals, or what?