The pair watched Travis Kelce and the Chiefs win the AFC Championship together on Sunday
Taylor Swift’s girl gang is growing by the day.
On Sunday, Swift, 34, brought Keleigh Sperry and Cara Delevingne to the Kansas City Chiefs game in Baltimore to help cheer on Travis Kelce, and Sperry bonded particularly well with one member of the Kelce family.
She posted a photo on her Instagram Story with Kylie Kelce, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce’s wife, as the two posed together inside a suite at the game. Sperry, 31, sported a red hat while Kylie, also 31, repped the brothers’ alma mater, the University of Cincinnati, as she maintained her streak of never wearing official Chiefs gear and betraying her Eagles, but made sure to don some red to support her brother-in-law.
“My girl @kykelce,” Sperry, the wife of actor Miles Teller, wrote over the photo, which Kylie reposted on her Instagram Story, adding, “🥰.”
Sperry also shared several other shots from the day on her Story, including a group shot of herself, Kylie, Swift, Delevingne and friend Sarah King, who all appeared to be in good form as they showed their support for the Chiefs.
She also shared a solo shot with Swift from after the game and the pop star posed in the Chiefs’ AFC Championship hat as she hugged Sperry tightly. “♾️,” she wrote over the photo.
After the win, Jason joined his brother on the field to celebrate and the two shared an emotional moment.
“I know it wasn't easy. I know it was a hard year,” Jason told Travis as he choked up. “Finish it. Finish this motherf-----!”
The tight end emotionally replied, “F--- yeah, dog. Goddamn, I love you. I love you, big dog.”
Jason also spoke to reporters after the game and expressed his excitement for his brother ahead of the Chiefs second consecutive Super Bowl appearance.
“There’s something about Andy Reid, there’s something about Travis Kelce, something about Pat Mahomes, and their defense showed up today it really did,” he told reporters. “They’ve been great all year long, they’re tough with playing arguably the best quarterback in the league this year in Lamar Jackson and they showed up.”
Jason credited his “talented” and “well-coached” team — something he knows about, having played two years for Reid when he was the coach was in Philadelphia — for the well-deserved win.
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“There's something about the team, the chemistry, the camaraderie, that you really saw tonight.”
“They’re in the dance, they’re in the show,” Jason continued. “It is so hard to make it to the Super Bowl, they’ve been in what, four of the last six? So it’s remarkable to think of how good they’ve been in this tenure since Pat Mahomes has taken over and obviously unbelievably happy for them, unbelievably happy for Andy, and I can’t wait to be in Vegas and watch this matchup.”
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