Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce have a blended family holiday planned for Christmas later this year, a source told the Daily News.
The singer is coming back to the U.S. from Rio de Janeiro to spend time with family over the Thanksgiving holiday. She will then return to Brazil for her São Paulo shows. It’s unknown if Kelce will join her for Thanksgiving in Nashville, but a family gathering with both sides is set for Christmas, sources say.
The dynamic of Swift and Kelce has been breaking the internet for two months now, and we do agree that they make a handsome couple. But their holiday plans points to yet another milestone in the rapidly moving relationship.
Last week, the public learned that Swift’s and Kelce’s parents were set to meet for the first time at the Chiefs-Eagles game on Monday night, although there are multiple reports Swift will no longer be attending the game due to a scheduling conflict.
Swift on Saturday postponed the second night of her Eras Tour in Brazil citing the scorching heat that has stifled most of the South American country in the past few days. Swift’s decision — which was announced approximately two hours before her show was scheduled to begin — came less than 24 hours after the death of a 23-year-old fan, who fell ill during Swift’s second song Friday night and was taken to a nearby hospital, where she later died.
The concert has been rescheduled to Monday, the same day as the game, which will feature Kelce, the Kansas City Chiefs‘ star tight end, competing against his older brother Jason, who plays center for the Philadelphia Eagles.
During a performance in Buenos Aires on Saturday, Swift changed the original lyrics to her song “Karma” to say “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs,” before closing her show by laying a big kiss on Travis backstage.
(New York Daily News reporter Evan Rosen contributed to this story.)
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