‘Did I get clowned for that?’: Kelce explains act at Taylor Swift’s Paris Eras Tour

Travis Kelce is making memories with his girlfriend, Taylor Swift

The Kansas City Chiefs tight end, 34, travelled to Paris to support the superstar at her Eras Tour. 

Accompanying him on the trip to Europe was his brother and fellow NFL player, Jason Kelce, who made fun of him for filming the concert with his flash on. 

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In the latest episode of New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce, the pair discussed why Travis filmed the concert. 

“You got caught pulling an Ed Kelce move here taking a video with your flash on,” Jason, 36, said. “What are you doing, Trav? You’re supposed to be better than this.”

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Defending himself, Travis blamed it on his phone settings: “Oh, you know, the settings on the camera, if it’s dark, it’s going to automatically put the flash on.”


Travis continued: “I was just trying to get some good, you know, some good video, some good memories.

“I don’t give a damn.”

When he was told the “flash makes a big difference” he responded, ”Did I get clowned for that? Sorry,” Jason added.

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Travis who attended the show, alongside new couple Gigi Hadid and Bradley Cooper, said the Paris Eras Tour was “on a whole ‘nother level” after she added a set from her latest album The Tortured Poets Department.

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“I’m just I’m happy for everybody that’s in the tour that’s performing, from the dancers to the band and obviously Taylor,” Travis said.

“It just looks like they’re having so much fun up there, and they’re absolutely killing it. And they’re putting on a show that you know, you won’t get anywhere else.”

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