Taylor Swift is expected to attend the Golden Globes Sunday — but her boyfriend Travis Kelce won’t be with her despite being in Los Angeles at the same time, sources tell Page Six.
Kelce’s team, the Kansas City Chiefs, will actually be playing the LA Chargers Sunday at SoFi Stadium, with the game airing on CBS before the Globes.
But sources said that he will be busy gearing up for the NFL playoffs season and not on the red carpet. We’re told there will be no swanky after-parties for Kelce, either, as he will fly back to Kansas City with his team right after the game.
Page Six has reached out to reps for Swift, Kelce and the Golden Globes.
Superstar Swift could win her first Globe after being nominated in the new category Cinematic and Box Office Achievement, for “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour.”
The 34-year-old singer has been nominated for the Globes’ Best Original Song four times — most recently last year for her song “Carolina” for the movie “Where the Crawdads Sing” — but has never won.
Her “Eras” film has earned more than $250 million in gross sales, a milestone that eclipsed its $15 million budget as it nears the title for the most successful concert film of all time.
The film only has $11 million left to surpass Michael Jackson’s 2009 film, “This Is It.”
Swift skipped the Globes in 2023, but the A-listers will be out in force this Sunday after lengthy actors’ and writers’ strikes that brought Hollywood to a halt for months.
The singer last attended the Globes back in 2020 when she was nominated for her song “Beautiful Ghosts” from the big screen version of the musical “Cats.” While she wasn’t joined by then-boyfriend Joe Alwyn on the red carpet, the pair were reunited inside for the ceremony.
This year, the freshly-minted billionaire is up against mega-hits “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer,” as well as “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,” “John Wick: Chapter 4,” “Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part 1,” “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” and “The Super Mario Bros. Movie”.
The Globes have a new home on CBS after NBC dropped the show amid controversy that began back in 2021, when it was revealed that none of the then-87 members of The Hollywood Foreign Press Association — the group that votes for the Globes — was black. There has since been a host of changes at the organization.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid has yet to confirm that Kelce will play in Sunday’s game, after saying that some starters, including quarterback Patrick Mahomes, will sit it out.