Travis Kelce seen crying as fans joke Taylor Swift gave him a ‘personal concert’ with a special mix in Amsterdam.

Travis Kelce is in his senses.

The Kansas City Chiefs tight end appeared to cry as Taylor Swift performed a special medley during her Eras Tour concert in Amsterdam on Saturday night.

During the acoustic set of her three-hour show, the pop superstar surprised fans by singing “Mary’s Song (Oh My My My)” from her 2006 self-titled debut album for the first time in nearly 16 years.

Swift, 34, then launched into “So High School” from her latest record, “The Tortured Poets Department,” and “Everything Has Changed” from 2012’s “Red.”

A video taken by a concertgoer and shared on Instagram showed Kelce, also 34, apparently wiping tears from his eyes as his girlfriend sang the lyrics, “‘Cause all I know is we said hello / And your eyes look like they’re coming home / All I know to know is a simple name / And everything has changed.”

Seconds later, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ wife, Brittany Mahomes, was seen walking over to Kelce to make sure he was OK as he continued to look emotional.

The co-host of the “New Heights” podcast, however, was all smiles by the end of the mashup.

He was seen beaming as Swift sang, “I’ll be 87, you’ll be 89,” an 18-year-old lyric that took on new meaning recently because his jersey number is 87 and she was born in 1989.

“I’m sorry, but this is her person. He literally cries because she dedicates these songs to him. He adores her! Brittany checks him out too 🥹,” one Swiftie wrote on X.

“OUR GIRL IS IN LOVE,” another declared on TikTok, where countless fans joked that Swift gave Kelce a “personal concert” because “So High School” also includes nods to the NFL star.

“How she breaks her neck to look directly at him 🥹,” one more TikTok user observed.


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After the show, the pair were seen leaving the Johan Cruyff Arena together.

Swift and Kelce celebrate their first anniversary this month.

The pair famously met after the football player tried — and failed — to give the Grammy winner a friendship bracelet with his phone number while attending her concert in Kansas City, Mo., in July 2023.

Since then, Kelce has attended numerous Eras Tour dates, while Swift was a regular in the crowd at Chiefs games last season, including the team’s Super Bowl LVIII victory.

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