How Travis Kelce Felt about Brother Jason taking Off His Shirt during Chiefs vs. Bills Game

How Travis Kelce Felt about Brother Jason taking Off His Shirt during Chiefs vs. Bills Game

Travis Kelce humorously reacted to his brother Jason Kelce’s antics during the Kansas City Chiefs’ recent game against the Buffalo Bills.

In a post-game interview with Westwood One Sports, Travis, 34, was informed about his older brother’s celebration, which involved Jason going shirtless in the chilly 20-degree weather. Travis responded with amusement, saying, “My brother was shirtless? No, that doesn’t surprise me one bit. I love that guy. And every time we’re not on the field together, we’re always rooting for each other.”

Jason, 36, who plays center for the Philadelphia Eagles, grabbed attention during the game by taking off his T-shirt after Travis scored a touchdown in the first half. He then leaped from the VIP suite, where he was with his wife, Kylie, and Taylor Swift, into the crowd, beer in hand, thrilling the fans.

Taylor Swift, 34, appeared shocked by Jason’s wild behavior, covering her mouth in surprise. Kylie, meanwhile, tried to regain control of the situation, urging Jason to return to the suite as he posed for photos with fans. A friend relayed Kylie’s message, saying, “Hey, Kylie said to get your a*s back in here,” prompting Jason to return.

The couple’s daughters — Wyatt, 4, Elliotte, 2, and Bennett, 11 months — weren’t seen at the game, but one of them was aware of Jason’s actions. Jason shared a text on X (formerly Twitter) from Kylie’s mom, which humorously read, “‘Ellie said ‘Dads b**bs are showing!’”

Travis celebrated his touchdown by making Swift’s signature heart gesture. Swift, supporting her new beau, was seen wearing a Gant Blank Canvas Project x Kilo Kish Bouclé Varsity Jacket ($1,800) and a red beanie. The couple reunited in the VIP box after the game to celebrate with Champagne.

Swift has been a regular at her boyfriend’s games during her break from the Eras Tour, which is set to continue next month.