Sunday, April 14

Travis Kelce Does a Victory Dance to Taylor Swift’s ‘Bad Blood’ While Golfing

The tight end and pop star just recently returned from a romantic trip to the Bahamas.

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce have supper at Waverly Inn on Oct. 15, 2023 in New York City. Gotham/GC Images

Taylor Swift is constantly with Travis Kelce, even when she’s not in fact with him. While the Kansas City Chiefs tight end was out playing golf just recently, among his pals began playing the pop star’s 2014 smash “Bad Blood” on the course, triggering a charming success dance from the football star.

In a video shared by NBA gamer Chandler Parsons on Instagram Stories Thursday (March 28), Kelce concentrates on his type before making a computed swing. His super star sweetheart’s voice sings in the background, “Did you have to strike me/ Where I’m weak? Child, I could not breathe/ Rub it in so deep/ Salt in the injury like you’re chuckling right at me.”

@killatrav can not be rattled,” Parsons captioned the clip, tagging Kelce.

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After viewing his ball cruise away, the Ohio native strolls towards the cam and, utilizing his club as an air guitar, begins dancing and singing along to the pre-chorus. “Oh, it’s so unfortunate to think of the great times, you and I,” he mouths along.

The clip comes quickly after Kelce and Swift went on a romantic holiday to the Bahamas. In pictures from the journey, the couple enjoyed their time on the beach and held hands on a dock.

His playing golf adventure isn’t the very first time Kelce has actually jammed out to “Bad Blood” in current weeks. In addition to rocking out to Swift carrying out the 1989 struck live at her Eras Tour displays in Australia and Singapore, he sang a bit of the track on an episode of his New Heights podcast previously this month.

While talking about NFL quarterback Kenny Pickett’s current trade from the Pittsburgh Steelers to the Eagles, he stated, “Kenny and the Steelers– their relationship ended in …,” before simulating the pop star’s appealing tune on the last 2 words: “Bad blood.”

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