Kansas City, MO – Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is a big fan of Taylor Swift, and he recently had a plan to give her a friendship bracelet with his phone number on it. However, Kelce’s plan was foiled by tight security at Swift’s Eras Tour concert in Arrowhead Stadium.
Kelce told his podcast co-host, Jason Kelce, that he had been planning this for a while. He had the bracelet made with his number on it, and he was going to give it to her after the concert. He even had a backup plan in case he couldn’t get close enough to her during the concert.
“I was going to try to give it to her after the show,” Kelce said. “But I wasn’t allowed backstage.”
Kelce said that he tried to give the bracelet to Swift during the concert, but he was unable to get close enough to her.
“I was in the nosebleeds,” Kelce said. “I couldn’t even see her.”
Kelce said that he was a little disappointed, but he was still able to enjoy the concert.
“It was a great show,” Kelce said. “I still had a lot of fun.”
The incident highlights the tight security that is in place at Taylor Swift concerts. Swift has been the target of stalkers in the past, and she has taken steps to protect herself.
The incident also shows that even celebrities can be disappointed when their plans don’t go as they had hoped. However, Kelce’s story is a reminder that even when things don’t go according to plan, you can still have a great time.
Kelce’s story has also inspired other fans to try their own luck at giving Taylor Swift a gift. Some fans have tried to sneak gifts into the stadium, while others have tried to give them to her after the concert. However, so far, no one has been successful.
It remains to be seen whether Kelce will ever be able to give Taylor Swift his friendship bracelet. However, his story is a reminder that even when things don’t go according to plan, you can still have a great time.