Taylor Swift Beams as She Spots Travis Kelce at Final Eras Tour Show in Dublin

Taylor Swift is smitten!

Travis Kelce flew to Dublin, Ireland, to attend his 34-year-old girlfriend’s final Eras Tour show at the Aviva Stadium. The Kansas City Chiefs tight end’s appearance came right after he attended his teammate Clyde Edwards-Helaire’s wedding in California.

In fan-shared clips on X (formerly known as Twitter), Swift’s face lights up upon noticing Kelce, 34, who was dressed in a white T-shirt, dark pants, and a baseball cap. Despite the long journey, he made it to her show. One video captures the crowd cheering as Kelce walks into the stadium while Swift performs ‘August’ from her 2020 ‘Folklore’ album. Another clip shows Swift, in a flowing red dress, spotting Kelce in the VIP tent with a huge grin. “I can’t move on from how you can see the exact moment her eyes go to the tent and she realizes he’s there 😭,” a fan commented alongside the video.

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Sunday marked Kelce’s first appearance at an Eras Tour show since his onstage debut at Swift’s Wembley Stadium concert in London. As usual, Swift’s show drew a star-studded crowd, with Kelce seen chatting with Julia Roberts in a clip shared by a fan on X. Later, the couple was spotted leaving the stadium together, beaming and waving to fans in a video shared on TikTok.

The night before, Swift encountered a minor issue during her performance of ‘The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived’ when a raised platform failed to retract. One of her backup dancers, Jan Ravnik, assisted her, and they continued the performance seamlessly, as shown in a video shared on X.

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Saturday’s gig was particularly special for Swift, as she shared with the crowd how Ireland inspired her pandemic-era album, Folklore. After performing ‘Cardigan,’ Swift said, “Folklore in general, it just belongs in Ireland. How I imagined the album world looking [was like] Ireland. Storytelling with lots of different characters. You guys have that on lock, too. That’s very Irish, the storytelling.”

Reflecting on creating the album two days into the pandemic, Swift added, “I wasn’t in Ireland. So I had to create an album where the imaginary world that I pretended to go to every single day while I was writing it… I gotta be honest, kinda seemed like Ireland. So we’re back to where we belong!”

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