Claudia Oshry admits she was “wrong” about Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift’s relationship after she slammed the NFL star as “thirsty” just days before the pop star attended the Kansas City Chiefs game.
“The more this man talks the less respect I have for him and the more I’m convinced these two people have never spoken in their lives, not even over text,” the comedian, known for her Instagram handle @girlwithnojob, said on last Friday’s episode of “The Toast.”
“They’re not dating,” Oshry, 29, added.
On the following episode of the podcast, which she co-hosts with sister Jackie Oshry, the influencer admitted she made a mistake.
“I know everyone’s saying ‘Claudia are you going to eat your words?’” she began Tuesday’s episode.
“I was wrong, I really believed in my heart that he was being thirsty.”
However, she’s now in full support of the rumored romance, describing the pair as “America’s sweethearts.”
“I’m on board 100 percent,” she said.
“She [Swift] has been writing songs about moments like these. All she’s wanted to be is the girl dating the football star, and now she is.”
Fans were quick to react to Claudia’s retraction.
“I was waiting for this one 😂😂,” one person commented on a TikTok clip from the episode, while someone else called her, “an accountable queen.”
“Listening to these episodes back to back today was a roller coaster. And let me tell ya… I was STRAPPED IN,” another wrote.
A third person chimed in, “The way I was on the exact same emotional journey from Friday to Sunday 😂,” while another commented, “Claudia, I legit felt the same, I didn’t think it was really happening. What a rollercoaster. I love it.”
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Swift and Kelce, both 33, enjoyed a date night in Kansas City after she watched the Chiefs defeat the Chicago Bears Sunday.
The “Lover” songstress was seen laughing, blushing and looking giddy when she left Arrowhead Stadium in the passenger seat of the two-time Super Bowl champion’s convertible.
Later in the night, they were spotted getting cozy at the Chiefs’ afterparty. They even left the celebration together looking “very affectionate.”
The tight end previously revealed that he invited the Grammy winner to his game and was hopeful that she’d show up.
“I told her, ‘I’ve seen you rock the stage in Arrowhead, you might have to come see me rock a stage at Arrowhead and we can see which ones a little more lit,’” the tight end said during an appearance on the Pat McAfee Show last week.