‘The View’ Hosts See Red Flags in Travis Kelce’s Interview with Taylor Swift

The ladies of View We’re still not convinced that Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce’s relationship will reach the end zone.

On Tuesday’s episode of the daytime talk show, the co-hosts threw out several “red flags” they spotted on Kelce’s recent show. Wall Street Journal Magazine interview about meeting the pop superstar. In the article, Kelce explained how he and the “Karma” singer started dating with a little help from his family.

“Some of the things he said raised red flags for me,” Sunny Hostin said. “He said, ‘The most important thing to me: Make sure I don’t say anything that might push Taylor away.’ What is he hiding?” Hostin said it’s important to see “the good, the bad and the ugly up front” in a relationship, adding, “He sends his rep so as not to offend her in any way, it doesn’t is not serious. the real life. People offend you sometimes.

Joy Behar, who called Kelce an “idiot” last week over his old tweets, acknowledged that the NFL star deserves “a little credit” when it comes to dating Swift, but she don’t think the power couple will be together forever. .

“The View” Sunny Hostin; Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift.

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“He’s a major star and he doesn’t seem to be intimidated by that, you know?” she says. “I’m old enough to remember Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio were the (couple)…but even they didn’t last. These couples burn and then they go away.”

Alyssa Farah Griffin, meanwhile, appreciated that Kelce took the initiative in courting Swift. “He pursued her, and among millennials, a lot of men just aren’t interested in women. They’re casual dates, not really strenuous,” she said. “He wanted to meet her and went to get her. I like this intentionality.

Hostin, however, chimed in to question why Kelce was pursuing Swift so passionately since his “ex-girlfriend was really hot” too. When Behar responded that Kelce’s ex “wasn’t as famous” as Swift, Hostin pointed at his co-host and replied, “Uh, huh.”

Griffin went on to note that Kelce and Swift’s families met, which she considered “a sign of commitment,” and she pointed out how Kelce is a “different type” of person compared to the guys which Swift has previously dated.

“If it’s even just a palate cleanser,” she began, before being interrupted by her co-hosts and laughter from the audience. In response, Sara Haines jokingly shouted, “It’s not ginger with your sushi, Alyssa!” He’s a full-fledged Kansas City Chiefs player! »

“I say that even though Travis is just a palate cleanser, my red flag is this,” Griffin continued. “My only concern is that she came out of a seven-year relationship and really got into this thing. You tend to want to give time to get over the previous relationship. I support them, I want to see her happy, I think she is by far one of the most talented musicians of my life, but it seems a bit rushed.

Haines noted that his personal wake-up call in the article was how Kelce was considering retirement recently. “He’s huge in the football world, and then you go to Taylor Swift land, and I think if you thought about the next chapters, it would be wonderful,” she said. “I think he’s looking for his second act. Michael Strahan always says that he was big among the football players and that men would stop him in the street. He went on morning television and everyone stopped him in the street. This comes from the mouth of a famous footballer! »

Whoopi Goldberg, who remained silent throughout the conversation, only joined in to discuss Kelce’s performance on the court during Monday night’s game. “He dropped the ball, that’s what he did!” she screamed. “He dropped the ball, okay? I like him, but he dropped the damn ball! »

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