Travis Kelce’s Reported Feelings On Taylor Swift’s Joe Alwyn Songs

Travis Kelce's Reported Feelings On Taylor Swift's Joe Alwyn Songs

Dissing an ex and praising a Super Bowl winner, Taylor Swift’s newest album has fans racing for clues.

Taylor Swift’s “The Tortured Poets Department” album seems to be filled with references to the pop star’s loves, both past and present.

References to Joe Alwyn

The pop star famously dated Joe Alwyn for 6 years and split up in 2023, before she started seeing Travis Kelce. On the track “So Long, London,” Swift bid farewell to her ex, and the city they stayed in during the majority of their relationship.

The couple kept a very low profile during their time together; a source told People on April 19 (after “TTPD” was released) that Alwyn wanted their relationship to remain “his own personal story.” Meanwhile, Kelce seems unbothered by his girlfriend singing about her romances.

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Travis Kelce’s Support

As Swift prepared to drop “TTPD,” a source said that the Kansas City Chiefs star fully supported Swift’s decision to sing about her past relationships.

The insider told the Daily Mail, “If it is about Joe, or anyone, even if it is about him in the future, this is the artist she is and he is in love with her and doesn’t pay any attention to be jealous. Joe or any of her exes is not of concern to him whatsoever.”

Contrasting Attitudes

That seems to be a departure from Alwyn’s attitude, as he spoke about privacy while dating Swift. He told Elle in April 2022, “The more you give … something will be taken.” And it seems like there were multiple allusions to Swift’s ex featured on “TTPD.”

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Alwyn References on “TTPD”

Many fans believed that not only was “So Long, London” a thinly-veiled song about Taylor Swift’s time with Joe Alwyn, but that “The Tortured Poets Department” album title was inspired by “The Favourite” actor.

Kelce References on “TTPD”

Besides the references to her ex on the album, there is seemingly strong evidence that “So High School” lyrics are about Travis Kelce, and the NFL player embraced the attention.

Travis Kelce References

One of the most obvious references comes in the second verse. “I feel like laughing in the middle of practice / To that impression you did of your dad again.” The second part of that lyric seemed an obvious nod to Swift’s boyfriend, who frequently mimics his father, Ed Kelce, on his “New Heights” podcast.

Travis Kelce’s Reaction

When “The Tortured Poets Department” was released, a clip of Travis impersonating his dad was added to the podcast’s X page. Along with a video of the NFL star saying things in his father’s voice, the account tweeted on April 19, “Those Papa Kelce impressions are just too good.”

The ever-sleuthful Swifties were quick to pick up on the reference and showed up in the replies of the tweet.

Months before “TTPD” came out, Travis showed his excitement at being mentioned on a Swift song. In November 2023, the Kansas City Chiefs player was in Argentina to see his girlfriend perform. Taylor Swift altered the lyrics to “Karma” as an homage to her boyfriend, singing, “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to me.”

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