Everyone’s Talking About Travis Kelce’s Reality TV Show Admission

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Written By Maya Cantina

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Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs has been arguably the NFL’s best tight end for years, but he reached a new level of fame last season when he started dating pop star Taylor Swift.

He admitted that because of Swift, he watched the reality show “Love Is Blind,” and he didn’t like it.

He then told his brother Jason, who recently retired from the Philadelphia Eagles, to watch the show just to see how bad it is, per “New Heights” (via Cooper McCoy on Twitter).

There is always a level of give and take in romantic relationships.

Yet some fans suggested that perhaps it was Travis Kelce himself who wanted to watch “Love Is Blind.”

While some have been skeptical about the Kelce-Swift relationship, especially given the fact that many of Swift’s songs are about failed relationships, this one seems genuine.

The partnership also ruffled feathers because of how often television cameras showed Swift during Chiefs games, particularly during Super Bowl LVIII, when they narrowly defeated the San Francisco 49ers to win their third world championship in five seasons.

Kelce saw his numbers drop in 2023, partly because a lack of reliable wide receivers made it easier for opposing teams to key on him, and he failed to reach 1,000 receiving yards for the first time since 2015.

But he still had 93 catches for 984 yards and five touchdowns, and he will be back next season as Kansas City will go after a third straight Super Bowl title, something no team has ever accomplished.

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