It was Travis Kelce‘s turn to show up at a stadium for Taylor Swift on Saturday night (Nov. 11) in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Swift cheered him on from several stadium suites at Kansas City Chiefs games over the past several weeks, and tonight Kelce was spotted in the VIP tent at Estadio River Plate — with Swift’s dad, Scott, by his side.
The tight end for the Chiefs — who first saw Swift’s Eras Tour at Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium in July, marking the first public linking between the two — had to miss Swift’s first tour date in Buenos Aires on Thursday; he was attending teammate Patrick Mahomes’ fourth annual 15 and Mahomies Foundation Gala in Kansas City.
Swift’s next concert in Buenos Aires, originally scheduled for Friday night, was postponed due to “truly chaotic” weather. “I love a rain show but I’m never going to endanger my fans or my fellow performers and crew,” Swift said in a message in an Instagram Stories post.
She addressed the cancelation on stage — and the six Grammy nominations she just received — Saturday night during a speech before Evermore‘s “Champagne Problems.”
“I started off my morning by getting the extraordinary news,” Swift said, in reaction to her nods for the 2023 Grammy Awards, which were announced Friday.
“You’re the best,” she told the Buenos Aires crowd, who soon started a chant of “Olé, Olé, Olé” for Taylor. “You continue to be the best.”
But Friday wasn’t perfect. Swift explained, “I get a call from my management, and they had to explain to me that it [the weather] … It’s way worse than we thought. The weather is out of control. It’s absolutely unsafe.”
Due to the weather conditions, Swift will make up Friday’s concert on Sunday night.
See a fan-filmed clip of a Travis Kelce sighting in the VIP tent at Swift’s Saturday night show below.