See Travis Kelce response to ESPN host Elle Duncan defends Taylor Swift after pop star was branded a ‘distraction’ to NFL beau Travis Kelce following Chiefs’ loss to Raiders

Sports anchor Elle Duncan came to the defense of Taylor Swift after the pop star was blamed for the Kansas City Chiefs’ most recent loss.

The pop sensation, 34, spent Christmas Day cheering on the Chiefs and boyfriend Travis Kelce once again but didn’t get her holiday wish granted as Kansas City suffered a shock 20-14 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders.

The Anti-Hero hitmaker has attended several of the tight end’s games this season to great fanfare and attention. And, Christmas Day was no different as the broadcast focused on Swift, wearing a Santa hat with Kelce’s jersey number on, on several occasions.

Many NFL fans – or the ‘dads, Brads and Chads’ as Swift herself referred to them – were left disgruntled by the attention the songstress was getting from the league and the media.

And, following their most recent loss, analyst Skip Bayless claimed it was time to start calling Swift a distraction to Kelce and the reigning Super Bowl champions.

But Duncan, 40, who works for ESPN, shut down those claims as she hit out at critics always accusing women of being the root of athlete’s struggles on the field.

‘Do not blame Taylor Swift for being a ‘distraction,’ for Travis Kelce not playing well, for the Chiefs playing good…No, it is not her fault,’ said Duncan on her podcast, The Elle Duncan Show.

‘I am so tired of us doing this. And we do this to women. It’s Jessica Simpson’s fault Tony Romo spit the bit. Remember Kim Kardashian and Miles Austin for a hot second? It’s her fault. It’s always the woman’s fault for “distracting.”‘

‘Nobody’s asking if Travis Kelce is distracting her from a world tour…No one’s saying that. And I don’t like that.

‘I don’t like that all of sudden that this has become, “This is too much; let’s turn it on Taylor. He’s distracted,” like he can’t carry on a personal life and also a professional life. Get out of here. He’s Travis Kelce; stop. She’s not to blame. So please stop. Full stop on that narrative. Not okay. Stop.’