web statistics

Travis Kelce tells brother Jason ‘are you kidding me?’ after comparing Taylor Swift gig to Kansas City Chiefs game

TRAVIS Kelce came to a strict defense of Swifties during an episode of the New Heights podcast.

Travis was a part of one of Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour shows in London, and he was baffled by the crowd.

YouTube/New Heights

Travis Kelce revealed Swifties are louder than NFL crowds[/caption]

YouTube/New Heights

Jason Kelce was baffled by Travis’ admission[/caption]

Jason Kelce was in attendance for the show, and asked his brother what things were like up on the stage.

The biggest thing he wanted to know was how the crowd noise compared between the NFL and a Taylor Swift concert.

“Did they cheer louder for this moment or for you scoring a touchdown in Arrowhead?” Jason asked.

“Are you kidding me?” Travis replied.

“Like what is the more rambunctious crowd in that moment?” Jason continued.

Travis explained that a touchdown celebration may last longer, but the Swifties were extremely loud.

“I would say that the touchdown cheers last a little longer,” Travis said.

“Whenever everyone found out it was me, because it took everyone a while to find out… that moment was pretty jarring.

“I was just like ‘oh s***.’”

He also shared how intimidating it was to finally be on the Eras Tour stage.


Travis shared that the sheer size of the set definitely threw him off for a bit.

“You don’t realize how big that damn stage is,” Travis said.

“It is easily as big as a football stadium in terms of length, and on top of that it’s almost numbers to numbers.

“It’s way bigger than I could have ever imagined, so being on the stage I was just like man I feel tiny up here.”

Despite how shocking it was, Travis shared that he had so much fun and didn’t let his girlfriend down.

Swift and Kelce’s 2024 schedules

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour

Friday, Oct. 18 – Sunday, Oct. 20 – Miami, Florida

Friday, Oct. 25 – Sunday, Oct. 27 – New Orleans, Louisiana

Friday, Nov. 1 – Sunday, Nov. 3 – Indianapolis, Indiana

Thursday, Nov. 14 – Saturday, Nov. 16 – Toronto

Thursday, Nov. 21 – Saturday, Nov. 23 – Toronto

Friday, Dec. 6 – Sunday, Dec. 8 – Vancouver

Travis Kelce’s Kansas City Chiefs Schedule
Games that Swift may be able to attend are bolded

Thursday, Sept. 5 – Baltimore Ravens at Kansas City Chiefs

Sunday, Sept. 15 – Cincinnati Bengals at Kansas City Chiefs

Sunday, Sept. 22 – Kansas City Chiefs at Atlanta Falcons

Sunday, Sept. 29 – Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers

Monday, Oct. 7 – New Orleans Saints at Kansas City Chiefs

Sunday, Oct. 20 – Kansas City Chiefs at San Francisco 49ers

Sunday Oct. 27 – Kansas City Chiefs at Las Vegas Raiders

Monday, Nov. 4 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Kansas City Chiefs 

Sunday, Nov. 10 – Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs

Sunday, Nov. 17 – Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills

Sunday, Nov. 24 – Kansas City Chiefs at Carolina Panthers

Friday, Nov. 29 – Las Vegas Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs

Sunday, Dec. 8 – Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs

Sunday, Dec. 15 – Kansas City Chiefs at Cleveland Browns

Saturday, Dec. 21 – Houston Texans at Kansas City Chiefs

Wednesday, Dec. 25 – Kansas City Chiefs at Pittsburgh Steelers

Saturday, Jan. 4 or Sunday, Jan. 5 – Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos

“It was awesome, and I didn’t disappoint Taylor, so that’s all that really matters,” Travis said.

“That was my number one goal. Do not drop Taylor, do not f*** this up.”

It appears that Travis is still abroad with Swift, so it is possible that he could join another show before he has to return to Kansas City Chiefs training camp.

Chiefs camp starts on July 20.

Getty

Travis recently got on stage with Swift in London[/caption]

About admin