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Did Taylor Swift & Travis Kelce Break Up? Breakup Rumors Explained



Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates with Taylor Swift after defeating the Ravens in the AFC Championship Game at M&T Bank Stadium on Jan. 28, 2024, in Baltimore. (Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

Fans are wondering if Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce broke up due to rumors about the same hitting the internet. Here is all you need to know.

Did Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce break up?

No, Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce did not break up.

Travis Kelce, in the March 6 episode of his and Jason Kelce’s New Heights podcast, quickly squashed rumors of a breakup between him and the Bad Blood singer: (via She Knows)

“A lot of false media being tossed out there. But I’ll tell you what wasn’t false, and it was when I landed in Australia and seen all the cameras, There were full-on helicopters just flying around. They helicoptered us! Well, not us, Taylor.”

He then added that they were being helicoptered because Taylor Swift was “the biggest and best thing possible.”

Swift and Kelce made their relationship public in September 2023, despite having been dating for months before. As a result of their relationship, Swift has made regular appearances at NFL games to support Travis Kelce and his team, the Kansas City Chiefs. Swift’s appearances have also resulted in the NFL’s ratings getting a very significant boost.

How did the Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce break-up rumors start?

The Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce break-up rumors started after fans noticed the Kansas City Chiefs tight-end’s absence at Taylor Swift’s recent Eras Tour performances in Singapore.


Rumors of Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce’s break-up began quite recently when Kelce’s absence was noticed in the first three nights of Swift’s recent Eras Tour performances in Singapore. This led to fans online begging for answers. Some fans even went so far as to suggest that the Bad Blood singer was writing her next breakup song about Travis Kelce. (via The News International)

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