“This is Me Trying” to get Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce to follow each other on social media.
Although the Grammy Award winner sat with the Kansas City Chiefs’ tight end’s mother during the team’s game Sunday and made off in a getaway car, neither Swift nor Kelce has taken the big step of hitting “follow” on Instagram.
Rumors have swirled for the past couple of weeks that the pop star and athlete have been dating, but the duo broke the internet when the “All Too Well” singer was spotted in the Chiefs suite cheering for the “Catching Kelce” alum when he scored a touchdown.
The fun didn’t end at the game’s conclusion, as Swift, 33, and Kelce, 33, were seen looking cozy as they left the game together and made their way to the afterparty in downtown Kansas City, Mo., to celebrate defeating the Chicago Bears.
The “Cruel Summer” performer and Kelce — who are said to be worth a combined $770 million — reportedly paid to clear out Prime Social Rooftop so that the team could party with privacy.
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“They were eating and the waitress came up to them and said, ‘Here’s the deal. Everything’s paid for, but you have to leave, like, right now,’” a TikTok user claimed.
“How freaking insane is this?”
She went on to write in a comment that, according to her eyewitness pal, “a bunch of the other players arrived” at the restaurant.
A source later told Page Six exclusively that Swift and Kelce looked “very affectionate” throughout the night and “left together in an entourage of three vehicles at 1:10 a.m.”
The NFL player previously admitted that he tried to pursue Swift at an Eras Tour stop in July, saying in a “New Heights” podcast episode that he failed at giving the performer a friendship bracelet made up of beads with his phone number.
The NFL star has had an on-again, off-again romance with Kayla Nicole since 2017, while the “Bad Blood” singer split from longtime beau Joe Alwyn after six years of dating.
She briefly moved on with The 1975 frontman Matty Healy, though the pair fizzled out quickly after fans launched a petition against the British crooner.