Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce Were ‘Affectionate All Night’ at Patrick Mahomes’ Las Vegas Event, Eyewitness Says

Published: 8:37 p.m. PDT, April 28, 2024

Taylor Swift And Travis Kelce don’t hide their love!

A source inside the 15 and the Mahomies Foundation Gala Saturday night, told ET that “The Tortured Poets Department” singer and her Kansas City Chiefs pal, both 34, were packing on the PDA inside Patrick Mahomes“Saturday evening event.

The source claims that Taylor and Travis “walked around holding hands and were affectionate all night” while supporting Mahomes’ charity initiative in Las Vegas, Nevada. The viewer adds that throughout the evening there was “lots of kissing and just general happiness between them, the support is there for each other.”

“The two seem to be in good spirits and definitely in love,” they share.

ET also spoke with gala attendee Meghan Dunham, who had the chance to take a photo with Taylor inside and shared her first-hand interaction with the “Karma” singer and three-time Super Bowl champion, whom she calls them “incredible humans.”

“Travis is incredibly caring and loving towards Taylor! It’s very sweet and nothing but love between the two of them,” she shares, calling their relationship “real and genuine.”

According to Dunham, Taylor was “an absolute gem” and more than happy to take a photo with her. She called the 14-time GRAMMY winner “graceful and gentle” and said, “She is truly a beautiful soul. Inside and out. »

The insider updates come just hours after Mahomes, 28, posted a recap of the weekend on her Instagram and took a quick photo of Taylor in a floor-length green dress, holding hands with her lover, dressed in a blue suit and white button-down shirt. In the Instagram Reel, the couple can be seen entering the venue, ready to party and dressed to the nines.

“Great weekend in Las Vegas for @15andMahomies Vegas Golf Classic,” the Chiefs quarterback wrote.

Fans were quick to point out another clip from the video that shows Travis on the putting green during the golf tournament and a blurry figure in the background in what appears to be a light blue dress. Eagle-eyed Swifties noticed that all signs seemed to point to the mystery person being Taylor, cheering her man on from the sidelines.

“I hate to be crazy like this, but we have proof that Taylor is cheering for Travis on the golf course,” one person wrote in a post on X (formerly Twitter).

During the gala, Travis surprised audience members in a last-minute upset when he took the stage to adorably raffle for an extra item and shout out to Taylor who helped secure one of the hottest tickets. folder.

“I was just talking to my partner and we might have another item up for auction that wasn’t on the docket,” he said slyly. “Has anyone heard of the Eras Tour?”

For the charity, Taylor and Travis collected four tickets to a future show – either in Miami Gardens, Florida, New Orleans or Indianapolis, Indiana – for his upcoming Eras U.S. tour.

According to the event’s auctioneer, Harry Santa, the four tickets did more than their share of the heavy lifting to support the event. 15 and the Mahomies Foundation — an organization dedicated to improving the lives of children through health and wellness programs.

“It’s not every night that @taylorswift is in your audience,” Santa Claus wrote on Instagram. “4 tickets to The Eras Tour raised an incredible $80,000… It was a truly special night supporting @15andmahomies.”


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News Source : www.etonline.com


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