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Taylor Swift set flaming couple goals after she left the audience charmed at a concert in Buenos Aires when she ran towards NFL player Travis Kelce to plant a steamy passionate kiss on his lips.
The audience enthusiastically captured the moment and shared them on social media.
At the end of the concert, Taylor ran enthusiastically towards Travis Kelce and made their backstage experience a bit more special, giving her fans a moment to cheer loudly.
Taylor, who is one of the dominant performers in the world at present, also gave the singer a shout-out by altering the lyrics of her song 'Karma'.
Taylor Swift runs off stage to kiss Travis Kelce at the end of her concert in Buenos Aires. pic.twitter.com/A3W1TDXUHv— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) November 12, 2023
The show was held at Buenos Aires' Estadio River Plate on Saturday.
Interestingly, sharing a video of the incident on her X page, actress Hilarie Burton said she feels the couple will get engaged in May.
They are gonna have the most flannel lined, pie and red ribbon kinda Christmas….and then these babies are gonna be engaged by May. https://t.co/e01on1aLJs— Hilarie Burton Morgan (@HilarieBurton) November 12, 2023
"They are gonna have the most flannel lined, pie and red ribbon kinda Christmas….and then these babies are gonna be engaged by May," she wrote on X.
Dating rumours regarding Taylor Swift and NFL player Travis Kelce have been making headlines ever since the athlete attended an "Eras Tour" concert back in July.
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