Jason Sudeikis Asks Travis Kelce THE Taylor Swift Question: “When Are You…”

This is the question on the minds of all Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce fans. Jason Sudeikis asked it in public.

While in character in a sketch during Big Slick Celebrity Weekend in Kansas City, Missouri, on Saturday, the Ted Lasso star asked Kelce, “Hey…when are you going to make her a honest woman?”, referring to Swift. Question is an outdated term referring to the “legitimization” of a relationship with marriage.

Sudeikis, joined by actors Robert Smigel and George Wendt, also in character, as well as Kelce, sat together at a table.

Sudeikis and Smigel discussed Kelce’s request that Swift foot the bill for a new stadium, which the NFL star laughingly said, “That’s not happening.”

Then Sudeikis, in character, asked his big question.

“Hey Travis, really talk, OK, just guys here…” he began. He then asked his “honest woman” question.

The audience applauded, but Kelce just smiled and stroked his beard.

“Taylor doesn’t need to work anymore,” Sudeikis continued, in character. He then added, “I know your kicker agrees with me,” a reference to Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker’s controversial commencement speech, in which he advocated for women to adopt a lifestyle beyond work.

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News Source : deadline.com


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