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Travis Kelce compares playing an NFL game at Wembley to watching Taylor Swift perform there

Travis Kelce compares playing an NFL game at Wembley to watching Taylor Swift perform there

Travis Kelce knows what it’s like to perform in front of a full crowd at Wembley Stadium, but he’d never experienced the kind of crowd his girlfriend Taylor Swift sang in front of — until last Sunday.

In the latest episode for him new Horizons The podcast was released on Wednesday, June 26, and Travis, 34, and his brother, Jason Kelce, were still enjoying watching Swift, 34, “rip it up” at Wembley Stadium during her stop in London on her Eras tour.

The NFL brothers traveled to England with friends and family to see Swift’s shows, which ran three nights from June 21-23.

“It was pretty amazing,” Travis said, saying the fans at Wembley Stadium were more excited about Swift’s performance than they were when he and the Kansas City Chiefs played there in 2015 against the Detroit Lions.

He continued: “Playing in front of 90,000 people at Wembley Stadium? I remember in 2015 when I was playing in front of 80,000 people at Wembley Stadium and then I saw Ty there and he was going crazy. They got a lot louder for Taylor.”

Taylor Swift is joined on stage by Travis Kelce (right), during the “Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour” at Wembley Stadium.

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Jason, 36, noted that fans at NFL games “also cheer for all the players on the field” and “it’s not just one person on the stage.”

“It was insanely impressive,” Jason added. “There’s something about, obviously, Taylor is an amazing singer-songwriter, but then being able to go out there and be a performer at that level for the duration of the time she was there, like three-and-a-half hours or four hours?”

“Yes, 45 songs, Bob,” Travis replied, giving Swift her props.

“Oh my god. “Yes, dude, if I did what you did in one song, I’d have to change my clothes,” Jason laughed.

“Crazy,” Travis agreed.

Taylor Swift.

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It was another unforgettable weekend for the star couple. On Sunday’s show, Travis made his Eras Tour debut, joining Swift on stage as a backup dancer during the “I Can Do It with a Broken Heart” costume change.

During the change, Kelsey carried Swift to the couch and another dancer helped freshen her up before performing her final song. Section of tortured poets Section of the presentation.

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“Still swooning/swooning over @killatrav’s Eras Tour debut 🥰 I’ll never forget these shows,” Swift wrote on Instagram afterward.

“They loved being on stage together,” a source told PEOPLE this week. “He’s confident and fun, and it was one of the highlights of her tour.”

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