Travis Kelce says he’ll spend Thanksgiving eating KFC without Taylor Swift



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Spending Thanksgiving dinner together doesn’t seem to be on the cards for couple Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift this year.

Instead, the Kansas City Chiefs participated in Wednesday’s episode of his show “new Horizons” podcast with his brother Jason Kelsey that he will watch football and eat a quick meal alone while his lover Swift tours South America.

“I’m going to eat KFC because I won’t have anyone here,” he said with a laugh.

When Jason, who plays football for the Philadelphia Eagles, invited his brother to his family’s Thanksgiving dinner, Travis quipped, “That’s exactly what I wanted to do this week.”

It’s safe to assume that what Kelsey really wanted to do this week was spend some time with Swift, which he was It said She is scheduled to attend Monday’s Chiefs/Eagles game in Kansas City with her parents during a break in the “Eras Tour” of South America.

With both Swift and Kelce spending the holiday amidst their busy work schedules, it seemed like a possibility that the couple might be able to sit at the same Thanksgiving table.

Unfortunately, Swift was unable to support Kelsey from the sidelines at Monday’s game after “extreme temperatures” in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil forced the singer to reschedule Saturday’s concert for Monday. She is also scheduled to return to the stage in São Paulo on Friday for the first of three scheduled concerts there.

However, Kelsey expressed his gratitude to Swift during Wednesday’s podcast episode when discussing his new Christmas song “Fairytale of New York,” a cover of The Pogues’ 1987 hit featuring a duet with his brother Jason that was released last week.

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The song hit No. 1 on iTunesThe brothers credited Swift’s fans, known as Swifties, for helping bring the song to the top of the music streaming chart.

“Thanks Taylor, appreciate it,” Kelce said on the podcast. “And thank you Swifties.”

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