Travis Kelce leads the Chiefs locker room party after winning the Super Bowl with Taylor Swift cheering him on in Vegas – but it all could have ended terribly when he SHOVED coach Andy Reid, 65, in the team’s early struggles
Drinking from a gold bottle of champagne, Travis Kelce led a rowdy rendition of ‘We Are The Champions’ in the Kansas City Chiefs locker room as he celebrated his fairytale ending to an NFL season like no other.
Moments earlier, Kelce told reporters he felt ‘on top of the world’ after winning a second straight Super Bowl and celebrating by kissing his girlfriend Taylor Swift on the field. The singer had raced back to Las Vegas from Japan and four straight Eras Tour shows, the last of which was Saturday night, to cheer him on.
She was joined in VIP suite – that Kelce apparently paid $1million for – by Blake Lively, rapper Ice Spice, parents Andrea and Scott and Kelce’s family. Together, they endured the tension of one of the most dramatic Super Bowls in history as the Chiefs recorded a gripping 25-22 overtime victory over San Francisco 49ers.
But as Kelce, 34, was pictured spearheading the celebrations in Sin City while his teammates passed round cigars, it could not be forgotten how he was nearly the villain of the piece when things were not going his team’s way in the first half at a thunderous Allegiant Stadium.
With the Chiefs offense spluttering, Kelce was called off the field for a play by head coach Andy Reid but with the end zone in sight, wide receiver Isiah Pacheco made a rare fumble and the 49ers reclaimed possession of the ball.