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Swifties Thank Travis Kelce for Taylor Swift Performing ‘Labyrinth’ on Eras Tour

Oh no, she’s falling in love again … or so it seems. Taylor Swift picked up right where she left off on the Eras Tour with her first of three shows in Argentina Thursday night (Nov. 9), returning to her nightly routine of singing two surprise songs — one of which brought Travis Kelce to mind for many fans.

After performing “The Very First Night” on guitar, the 33-year-old pop star moved over to her piano for an enchanting acoustic rendering of “Labyrinth,” a Midnights deep cut known for its vulnerable lyrics and trumpeting synth waves. After videos of the song popped up online, Swifties were quick to note that Swift seemed particularly smiley while singing the hook, “Uh oh, I’m falling in love/ Oh no, I’m falling in love again.”

Many wondered whether a certain Kansas City Chiefs tight end had anything to do with Swift’s demeanor, while others were under the impression that they don’t have to wonder at all. “TRAVIS KELCE I ADORE YOU FOR THIS,” tweeted one fan who shared a clip of the “Anti-Hero” singer’s performance.


Swift has been linked to Kelce since September, when the 12-time Grammy winner first attended one of the athlete’s games at Arrowhead Stadium. She’s gone to several more in the months since, and the two have been spotted holding hands on a few occasions (most notably as they departed Saturday Night Live after both made surprise cameos).

After she wraps up in Argentina, Swift will move on to Brazil, Japan, Australia and Singapore. From there, she’ll take her blockbuster trek through Europe and Canada.

See the best reactions to Swift’s “Labyrinth” performance below:

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