Travis Kelce Says ‘It Was Cool’ Seeing People Dress Up as Him and Taylor Swift for Halloween

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It was a “Kelce Halloween”!

On the latest episode of New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce, the brothers addressed the trend of fans who dressed as them for the holiday — and they were there for it.

“It was cool,” Travis, 34, laughed, after the NFL stars reviewed social media images of people who donned costumes as the Kansas City Chiefs player and Taylor Swift, Jason and his wife Kylie and their mom Donna.

Yet Jason couldn’t get past the notion that this year’s spectacle was a bit spooktacular.  “It was pretty creepy watching that many people be us, but it was awesome,” the Philadelphia Eagles center, 35, admitted.  Jason also dressed up — as King Triton from Little Mermaid, complete with fins — for the podcast recording, and made fun of Travis for going costume-less.  “Halloween with the Kelces, man,” Travis said with a sigh. “Never f—ing gets old.”


Outside of the holiday, Travis’ relationship with Swift continues to heat up. A few days earlier, they stepped out for a date night at Argentine steakhouse Piropos in Kansas City.  The pop star was not in Denver on Sunday for the Chiefs game against the Broncos, which they lost, 24-9.

The game ended with Denver poking fun at Kelce and Swift’s romance by playing the singer’s hit single, “Shake It Off,” while Broncos fans celebrated the win.  But Kansas City Chiefs president Mark Donovan previously told PEOPLE that Kelce is not fazed by the increased attention.


“Travis is a smart team player. He can handle it and has been very professional,” he told PEOPLE at MetLife Stadium before the team’s matchup against the New York Jets.  Donovan noted that Kelce is “focused on the right things and doing it the right way.” A source also told PEOPLE that Kelce and Swift’s romance is “quickly turning more serious.”  “They share a strong work ethic and have a huge appreciation for life and their careers, strong family bond and values,” the source added.


While chatting with PEOPLE, Kelce’s dad, Ed, shared similar sentiments as he recalled his first impression of Swift.  “We’re sitting in the suite, she gets up and in the front room, she gets up to go get a drink or something and she starts picking up empty bottles, cans, plates that are scattered around. Because in the suites everybody gets stuff and you empty it down wherever you can,” he said.  “And I’m just thinking, I don’t think she got the diva memo. She didn’t get the spoiled musician,” he continued. “She doesn’t know how to pull that off. And that really to me said a whole lot.”


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