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Travis Kelce brings squad to Singapore for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour

Travis Kelce has brought his squad abroad to support Taylor Swift as she wraps her Eras Tour shows in Singapore.

The Super Bowl champ, 34, was joined Thursday by at least one pal in the city-state — the Grammy winner’s only stop in Southeast Asia— Entertainment Tonight reports.

Harry Clark, a close friend of the Kansas City Chiefs tight end, shared a view of Singapore’s skyline to his Instagram Story.

Kelce’s manager, André Eanes, confirmed to TMZ Wednesday that the football superstar would indeed be joining Swift, also 34, during her last weekend of performances before a two-month hiatus. The European leg of her tour kicks off in early May.

It’s unknown how long Kelce will be in Singapore, where Swift performed last Saturday through Monday and is playing again this Thursday through Saturday. An estimated 70% of the attendees at her six sold-out shows are fans trekking to Singapore from abroad.

Kelce briefly joined Swift on her tour in Sydney, Australia last month, as well as in Buenos Aires, Argentina last November.

The“Anti-Hero” singer took both opportunities to change the original lyrics to “Karma,” instead singing, “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs / Coming straight home to me.” After both shows, she ran offstage to meet a waiting Kelce with a kiss that promptly went viral.

“Taylor is super busy with her tour, but Travis and her are continuing to make things work,” an insider told ET. “He is enjoying his life in the off season while trying to be as supportive as possible of Taylor. They make a great match and both see a real future together. They have talked about next steps and are on the same page.”

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