Taylor Swift's New Album Features a Nod to Boyfriend Travis Kelce


From Football Field to Lyric Sheet: Travis Kelce's Dad Impression Inspires Taylor Swift's New Song

In her highly anticipated new album, "The Tortured Poet's Society," Taylor Swift, 34, not only references her past relationships with exes Joe Alwyn and Matty Healy but also appears to pay tribute to her current boyfriend, NFL star Travis Kelce, 34.

Fans were quick to notice that the lyrics in the track "So High School" seemed to allude to Kelce's well-known impersonations of his father, Ed, on his podcast "New Heights." The line in question reads, "I feel like laughin' in the middle of practice / To that impression you did of your dad again."

Kelce himself seemingly confirmed the speculation by posting an old clip of his dad impersonation on the "New Heights" podcast X account shortly after the album's release. The caption read, "Those Papa Kelce impressions are just too good," sending fans into a frenzy.

Swifties took to social media to express their excitement, with one fan writing, "So high school is 100% about Travis Kelce. SCREAMING," while another gushed, "So High School is so Travis Kelce coded and I'm just like [heart face]."

The couple's relationship has been in the spotlight recently, especially after their PDA-filled trip to Coachella in Indio, Calif. Kelce even hinted at his love for live music on his podcast, saying, "I just like going to events, going to places where people are, seeing talents."

As Swift prepares to resume her blockbuster tour in Europe next month, with the first show set for May 9 in Paris, fans are speculating that Kelce might join her on the road. The couple's blossoming romance and the subtle nod to Kelce in her new album have only added to the excitement surrounding the pop superstar's latest release.