Jason Kelce Brings Young Fan To Say “Hi” To Taylor Swift.

Jason Kelce smiles as he holds up a little girl in his arms, who he just helped see Taylor Swift at the Chiefs-Bills game.

Over the last six months or so, a spotlight has been placed Taylor Swift and Kansas Chiefs’ tight end Travis Kelce — but the friendship between the superstar and his brother, Jason Kelce, also deserves some attention. This can be seen in last weekend’s game between the Chiefs and the Bills. While his brother played in the game, Kelce was in the box with family and friends.


Together, they cheered on player 87, and the Chiefs as a whole, with Kelce getting especially excited over his brother’s touchdown, prompting him to take off his shirt despite the frigid weather. This also inspired him to leave the box for a moment. Here, he met an adorable little girl.

Taylor Swift Greets Adorable Fan Thanks to Jason Kelce

@barstoolsports Jason Kelce just gave that fan a lifetime memory meeting Taylor Swift 🥹 @chicksintheoffice ♬ snowfall – Øneheart & reidenshi

Although we can’t read the sign she’s holding, it seems that she has a message for Swift. Seeing this, Kelce doesn’t hesitate to help the tiny fan out, saying, “We’re gonna show this to Taylor.”

Kelce goes on to pick the little girl up. Next, he walks her over to the box to get a closer view of Swift. Although the singer can’t be seen from this camera angle, the little girl waves — and it’s safe to assume Swift happily waves right back.

Behind shot of Jason Kelce lifting a young girl holding a sign. He's lifting her to get a better view of Taylor Swift who is in a box at the Chiefs-Bills game.

Folks at the game and in the comments are raving over how great Kelce is for taking the time to make this fan’s day, with many noting that she’s wearing the opposing team’s colors. But of course something like that doesn’t matter to Kelce.

“Jason Kelce is a national treasure,” one fan writes. “The dad we all need to be!”

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