“Taylor Swift’s Musical Twist: Swapping Lyrics in ‘Karma’ to Give Props to Travis Kelce”

Taylor Swift made a sweet gesture during her concert in Buenos Aires on Saturday night by giving a shout-out to her boyfriend Travis Kelce. The 33-year-old pop star changed the lyrics of her hit song “Karma” to include a few words about Travis, who was cheering her on from the VIP tent with her dad. While surrounded by backup dancers at Estadio River Plate, Taylor sang “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to me,” instead of the original line “Karma is the guy on the screen coming straight home to me.” In response, Travis had an adorable reaction captured in a viral video where he slammed his hands to the side of his face in surprise before starting to dance. During her performance of “Willow,” Taylor also sang directly to Travis and mouthed the words “that’s my man” to show her love and appreciation for him.

Shout out: Taylor Swift gave a shout-out to beau Travis Kelce by referencing him in her lyrics to Karma during her concert in Buenos Aires on Saturday night; seen November 9

Meet the parents: The NFL star was supporting Taylor from the VIP tent alongside her dad

Karma: Taylor belted out 'Karma is the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to me' to replace the original lyric, 'Karma is the guy on the screen coming straight home to me'; seen November 9

On November 9, Taylor Swift made a change to her song lyrics, replacing “Karma is the guy on the screen coming straight home to me” with “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to me,” much to the excitement of her fans. During the curtain call, Swift ran into the arms of Travis Kelce, her new boyfriend, and gave him a passionate kiss, which was caught on video and shared on social media. Swift was seen walking off stage in a sparkly purple dress and immediately wrapped her arms around Kelce, who was waiting for her. They then shared a short smooch, causing Swift fans to scream with excitement. Kelce was in Argentina with Swift’s father, who wore a Kansas City Chiefs lanyard despite being a Philadelphia Eagles fan. During the show, Swift sang directly to Kelce and mouthed, “That’s my man.”

Supportive beau: Travis Kelce sent Taylor Swift fans wild after appearing with her dad Scott (right) in a VIP tent at her Eras tour in Argentina on Saturday night at Estadio River Plate

A photo gallery displaying Travis Kelce being a supportive boyfriend to Taylor Swift by attending her Eras tour in Argentina. Fans went crazy when they saw him with Taylor’s dad in a VIP tent at Estadio River Plate on Saturday night.

Embarking on another era: Swift wrapped the North American leg of her tour in August and only recently kicked off the South American leg in Argentina this week; seen in May

Her admirer was caught on camera mouthing the lyrics to all of her popular songs and even dancing in front of the audience, giving the impression that he adored her. When the renowned musician played tunes from her “Reputation Era,” her admirer was spotted expressing his amazement with a “wow” expression on his face. During her 2017 hit single “Delicate,” she pointed to Kelce, sang to him, and mouthed the words “You must like me for me.” She also questioned him during the tune, asking if it was acceptable for her to say those things and if he was okay with being in her thoughts. While performing, her father captured the moment on film before turning to converse with Kelce. The football player enthusiastically sang the “olé olé olé” chant before viewing a recording of himself cheering Taylor after she talked about her Grammy nominations on her dad’s phone. As Kelce watched and listened carefully, she unexpectedly sang “End Game” at her concert, directing the lyrics towards him by singing “I wanna be your endgame.”

Sharing a moment: The Bad Blood hitmaker winked in Kelce's direction as he shared a laugh and joke with her father in the VIP box

Her cheerleaders: The tight end also clapped and beamed when Swift announced to the stadium full of her fans and supporters that her latest album, Midnights, had been nominated for six Grammys

Proud father: Swift's father was also spotted wearing a Kansas City Chiefs lanyard to seemingly show his support for Kelce despite his favorite team being the Philadelphia Eagles

Singing along: He was spotted dancing with his hands and singing along to her songs. At certain points, she sang special lyrics to him and pointed directly at Kelce

He was spotted dancing along with his hands while singing to her tunes, and at times, Swift dedicated special songs to him by pointing right at Kelce. In one of her performances, she sang, “I wanna be your first string/I wanna be your A-Team (whoa-whoa, whoa)/I wanna be your endgame, endgame,” which made Kelce cheer and feel proud. Although some people speculated that the song “Style” was about Taylor’s ex-boyfriend, Harry Styles, Kelce seemed to enjoy it and even pretended to play the piano while dancing and singing along. When Swift sang, “You know I love the players,” Kelce was ecstatic as she pointed at him. During breaks between sets, he chatted excitedly with Sabrina Carpenter, who served as Swift’s backup singer while taking bracelets from fans. Kelce made a grand entrance a few minutes after Swift took the stage, clad in pink and purple butterfly wings and another trendy shirt. The blonde artist put up an incredible performance for her fans, and Kelce and her father joined the Argentine Swifties’ Archer movement by posing with “We Will Stay” posters. Recently, Swift announced that her latest album, Midnights, had received six Grammy nominations, and Kelce clapped and smiled in approval. It was reported exclusively by DailyMail.com that the NFL star flew out of Kansas City around 11 p.m. on Thursday, briefly stopped in Panama City for refueling, and landed in Buenos Aires on Friday afternoon to meet Swift.

Supporting her proudly: Kelce appeared to be thoroughly enjoying himself and wore an eye-catching button-down as well as various bracelets Swifties had given to him during the show

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