Taylor Swift’s NFL connection revealed in her new album as Swifties spot yet another message possibly referencing Travis Kelce! Join the excitement as fans decode the hidden meanings behind Swift’s music.

Travis Kelce #87 of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates with Taylor Swift after a 17-10 victory against the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship Game at M&T Bank Stadium on January 28, 2024 in Baltimore, Maryland


Travis Kelce receives plenty of mentions in Taylor Swift’s new album (Image: Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

Taylor Swift’s latest album, The Tortured Poets Department, landed this week and ever-eager Swifties are already unearthing NFL Easter eggs from the 31-track double album – many viewing these as nods to her beau, Travis Kelce.

Swift stunned fans with a bonus twelve tracks, effectively adding a second album onto the expected release. True to form, these tracks were peppered with hints of past romances as well as subtle references to her current flame, NFL giant Travis Kelce.

The love birds, who have been inseparable since making their relationship public at a Kansas City Chiefs game nine months ago, leave little doubt about their romance.

Within hours of the album dropping, eager fans began spotting not just mentions of Kelce but other NFL-related lyrics. One song in particular, ‘So High School’, looks to be laden with tributes to Kelce, according to keen-eyed Swifties.

Clue one: the track cover displays a floodlight with T and K highlighted at the 45-second mark – a clear reference to Kelce’s initials. At that exact moment, Swift sings, “Cheeks pink in the twinkling lights, tell me ’bout the first time you saw me,” suggesting she might be asking the question to Kelce himself.

Eagle-eyed Swifties noticed the number of lights on the floodlight (60) on the cover image, spotting that two of them were out, leaving 58. This is speculated to be a reference to Travis Kelce’s third Super Bowl, Super Bowl 58, where Swift was present.

Dedicated to seeing Kelce’s team win, Swift flew 13 hours to Las Vegas to attend the game, where they emerged victorious in overtime. She celebrated the victory with both Kelce’s family and her own, all while having attended 13 other games throughout the season.

Taylor Swift has been hit with a massive lyric typo error in the album booklet for TTPD

Taylor Swift released her new album this week, with numerous hidden messages with potential NFL references ( Image: No credit)

Fans uncovered additional evidence that the song ‘So High School’ is about Kelce. The lyrics include: “Truth, dare, spin bottles/You know how to ball, I know Aristotle,” followed by: “I feel like laughin’ in the middle of practice/To that impression you did of your dad again.”

Hours later, Kelce’s ‘New Heights’ podcast posted a video of Travis and his brother Jason discussing Travis’s impression of their father, Ed Kelce. This prompted fans to conclude that Travis had essentially admitted the song is about him.

Also featured on ‘So High School’, Swift seems to allude to an old snippet from Kelce’s past MTV reality series, ‘Catching Kelce’. The show cast Kelce as a sought-after bachelor amid a bevy of female hopefuls, ultimately selecting Maya Benberry as his partner, with whom he briefly dated.

In a Buzzfeed TV segment promoting the show, Kelce engaged in a game of ‘marry, kiss or kill’, something Swift lyrically winks at in her latest album drop. A line from one track teases: “Are you gonna marry, kiss or kill me? (Kill me).”

And finally, the notion of Swift taking a dig at NFL wide receiver Kadarius Toney was something no one could have predicted last year, yet it appears she may have done just that.

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