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Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce spent his bye week following his girlfriend as she continues her historic ‘Eras’ Tour

It might go without saying that Travis Kelce spent his bye week a little bit differently than his fellow NFL players. Instead of playing golf or relaxing around the house, the Chiefs’ tight end spent his off time in Argentina, watching his girlfriend – global pop sensation Taylor Swift – as she continues her billion-dollar, worldwide tour.

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The pair have been an item for several weeks now, with Taylor Swift starting a media frenzy by appearing at Chiefs games to watch him play. She was shown multiple times sitting next to Travis Kelce’s mother and cheering wildly for the Pro Bowl pass catcher.

Her appearances sparked widespread speculation as to the seriousness of the situation, as well as started a huge tabloid explosion. Their beauty and the beast romance seemed to really bloom in Buenos Aires, however.

Travis Kelce definitely drew a lot of attention based on his mere attendance, but the couple gave the crowd even more to talk about. Swift elated fans after the show by running into his arms and planting a kiss on him — their first caught on camera.

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In a moment that’s likely considered ‘too cute for football’, the pop singer even managed to switch one of her lyrics to reflect her current fling with Travis Kelce. This of course got a reaction from not only the football star but the thousands of Sqifties in attendance as well.

During Saturday’s performance of her song, “Karma”, Taylor Swift ended up singing “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs, coming straight home to me” with a giggle — in place of the usual “Karma is the guy on the screen, coming straight home to me.”

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