Taylor Swift is reportedly optimistic about her future with Travis Kelce.
The lovebirds “talk every day,” according to Us Weekly.
“Taylor’s really enjoying getting to know Travis,” a source told the outlet Tuesday. “They’re taking it day by day, but she has high hopes.”
The Grammy winner, 33, apparently “likes” that the NFL star is a “normal, nice guy” who’s “down-to-earth,” not “affected by fame” and “so hot.”
“Taylor has decided she’s not going to hide anymore. She’s going to be her authentic self and enjoy life,” the source added, referencing Swift’s very private six-year relationship with Joe Alwyn, which ended this past spring.
A second source told the outlet that the pop star — who is on a break following the first leg of her Eras Tour — is “doing all the things she hasn’t had time for lately,” including “going out with her friends and staying out late.”
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“Taylor is at a point in her life where she’s no longer willing to hold back,” the second source shared. “If something feels right — like it does with Travis — she’s jumping in with both feet. She’s very happy and loving life right now.”
A third source added that the Kansas City Chiefs tight end, also 33, “is completely smitten.”
Swift notably attended a second Chiefs game this past weekend with famous pals Sophie Turner, Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds, Hugh Jackman and Sabrina Carpenter.
She applauded enthusiastically as her beau and his teammates beat the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium — just a few hours after he was spotted leaving her Manhattan apartment.
“Following her heart comes naturally to Taylor, and she doesn’t think about the consequences or the optics of [cheering him on],” a fourth source told Us Weekly.
“She’s doing what she wants to do, and it’s a breath of fresh air all around.”
Reps for the musician and the athlete did not immediately respond to Page Six’s requests for comment.
After weeks of rumors, Swift seemingly confirmed her romance with Kelce two weekends ago when she popped up at Arrowhead Stadium to watch him defeat the Chicago Bears alongside his mother, Donna.