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VIRALS MOMENT!! Video Taylor Swift Does Travis Kelce’s Game-Day Arrow Move for ‘So High School’ at London Eras Tour with Him in the Crowd




Taylor Swift went “full throttle” to show her love for boyfriend Travis Kelce during the first London show of the Eras Tour — while he was in the crowd.


While performing “So High School” on June 21, the 14-time Grammy winner pulled out a surprise move that her boyfriend often employs during Kansas City Chiefs games: using an invisible bow to release an arrow.

“So High School” is a love song, with pointed lyrics about their relationship, in which Swift sings, “You know how to ball, I know Aristotle,” referring to his football talents and her songwriting prowess.

In videos and photos captured by fans in the audience, Kelce, 34, can be seen dancing throughout his superstar girlfriend’s 46-song setlist and smiling when she pulled out the bow-and-arrow gesture.

Swift had previously used this move while performing “The Archer,” but that song was cut from the setlist earlier this year when she replaced older songs with tracks from her latest album, The Tortured Poets Department.

Travis Kelce doing the bow-and-arrow pose.CHIEFS/TIKTOK
This is the first time the NFL star has seen her use the arrow gesture during “So High School.” Swift performed the song live in front of him for the first time during the May 12 show in Paris.

Another cute moment came at the end of the show, when Swift performed “Karma” as the concert’s closer. Swift, as she has done only a few times in the past whenever Kelce attends, changed the lyrics to, “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to me.”

The sold-out show on Friday night attracted a star-studded crowd, including Jason and Kylie Kelce as well as Prince William and his children that he shares with Kate Middleton, among other stars.

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