Originally appeared on E! Online
Everything has changed since Taylor Swift started dating Travis Kelce.
After all, the pop superstar’s friend Cara Delevingne believes her budding romance with the Kansas City Chiefs tight end is unlike any of her past relationships.
In fact, it’s been fun watching her pal get swept up in a lavender haze. As she put it, “I’m always rooting for my girl.”
Delevingne recently spent an epic girls’ night out with Swift and pals like Selena Gomez, Gigi Hadid, Sophie Turner and Brittany Mahomes—the wife of Travis’ teammate Patrick Mahomes—at Bond St in New York City.
And amid the “Lover” singer’s whirlwind romance with the NFL star, her friends have expressed their support—with some like Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds and Sabrina Carpenter joining her at Kelce’s games.
Hadid even recently shut down any suggestion that she and Taylor’s other BFFs aren’t on board with the new romantics.
“Didn’t the press try this last week w Selena,” she wrote on Instagram Nov. 13, commenting under an article that suggested she “didn’t agree” with the direction the relationship was heading. “Let it be…we are all over the moon for our girl. Period.”
As for Swift herself? The 33-year-old recently let it be known that Kelce, 34, is the king of her heart by changing the lyrics to “Karma” as a sweet nod to the athlete.
President Joe Biden is seemingly not a Swifty, mixing up one pop superstar for another. “You could say it’s harder than getting a ticket to the Renaissance tour or for [Britney Spears’] tour,” he said at the White House’s annual Thanksgiving turkey pardon. “It’s kind of warm in Brazil right now.”
At the Nov. 10 stop of her Eras Tour in Argentina, Swift sang during the closing number of her show, “Karma is that guy on the Chiefs, coming straight home to me.”
“Yeah, Mr. Swift, I apologize, big guy,” the athlete said during the Nov. 15 episode of his and brother Jason Kelce‘s “New Heights” podcast, after the Philadelphia Eagles center teased that he had “left Scott hanging.”
Travis Kelce continued, “Oh man, I missed that. I never miss a high five, too. It’s the most electric thing you can do at an event.”
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