Taylor Swift KISSES Travis Kelce following sold-out concert in Argentina after ... trends now
In a now-viral clip shared to social media, Swift, 33, is seen walking off stage in a sparkly purple dress and immediately wraps her arms around Kelce, 34, who was waiting stage left for the Anti-Hero singer.
The couple then pressed their lips together and shared a seconds-long smooch that sparked deafening screams from Swifties, who were lucky enough to watch the PDA unfold.
DailyMail.com exclusively revealed that Kelce — who touched down in Argentina on Thursday — was in the audience for the sold-out show Saturday with Swift's dad Scott Swift. Photos revealed that they were located in a VIP tent within the massive stadium with a perfect view of the stage.
The Bad Blood hitmaker winked in her new beau's direction during the show as he shared a laugh and joke with her businessman father in the spacious hangout.
While performing the song Willow from her Evermore era, Swift sang to Kelce directly and mouthed the lyrics: 'That's my man.'
She also changed the lyrics to her song Karma just for Kelce and sang: 'Karma is the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to me'.
As an apparent seal of approval, her father — who was only just recently introduced to Kelce — was photographed wearing a Kansas City Chiefs lanyard around his neck despite being a huge Philadelphia Eagles fan.
Supportive beau: Travis Kelce sent Taylor Swift fans wild after appearing with her dad Scott (right) in a VIP tent at her Eras tour in Argentina on Saturday night at Estadio River Plate
Embarking on another era: Swift wrapped the North American leg of her tour in August and only recently kicked off the South American leg in Argentina this week; seen in May
Bonding with her father: The Kansas City tight end brought screams to the show as fans realized that he was in attendance with Scott Swift - after the trio enjoyed a cozy dinner together at the Four Seasons restaurant. While on stage, the Bad Blood hitmaker winked in her new beau's direction as he shared a laugh and joke with her businessman father in the spacious VIP box
She appeared to put in extra effort for her Lover, who sang along to all of her best hits and danced in front of fans.
When the multi-Grammy winner started to perform her hits from her Reputation Era, Kelce looked visibly impressed and was spotted mouthing 'wow'.
While performing her 2017 hit song, Delicate, she pointed towards the VIP box and appeared to be singing directly to Kelce as she mouthed the words: 'You must like me for me.'
She also pointed to the football star as she continued singing: 'Is it cool that I said all that? / Is it chill that you're in my head?'
Her father filmed her during the song and then turned to continue chatting with Kelce.
Kelce joined in chants of 'olé olé olé' before turning to her father's phone, which captured him yelling 'Taylor Taylor' in support of the superstar after she mentioned her Grammy nominations.
She also sang End Game for her surprise song at her show with Kelce watching and listening closely and attentively.
'I wanna be your endgame,' she sang the lyrics, which seemed to be directed towards him.
Sharing a moment: The Bad Blood hitmaker winked in Kelce's direction as he shared a laugh and joke with her father in the VIP box
Her cheerleaders: The tight end also clapped and beamed when Swift announced to the stadium full of her fans and supporters that her latest album, Midnights, had been nominated for six Grammys
Proud father: Swift's father was also spotted wearing a Kansas City Chiefs lanyard to seemingly show his support for Kelce despite his favorite team being the Philadelphia Eagles
Singing along: He was spotted dancing with his hands and singing along to her songs. At certain points, she sang special lyrics to him and pointed directly at Kelce
Kelce cheered and appeared smug as Swift sang to him: 'I wanna be your first string / I wanna be your A-Team (whoa-whoa, whoa) / I wanna be your endgame, endgame.'
Kelce seemed to enjoy Style — famously about Swift's ex Harry Styles — and pretended to play a piano as he danced and sang along.
When Swift sang the line, 'You know I love the players', she pointed at the football star as fans screamed in delight.
The tight end also clapped and beamed when Swift announced to the stadium full of her fans and supporters that her latest album, Midnights, had been nominated for six Grammys.
During breaks in between sets, he also chatted animatedly with Swift's supporting act, Sabrina Carpenter, as the Nonsense singer accepted bracelets from fans.
Dressed in another fashion forward shirt, the football player slipped into the show minutes after Swift appeared on the stage under a cloud of pink and purple butterfly wings.
The blonde bombshell put on a performance for the fans, with Kelce and her father posing with 'We Will Stay' posters during the Archer - a movement with the Argentinian Swifties.
It comes after DailyMail.com exclusively revealed the NFL star flew out of Kansas City at 11pm Thursday - making a one-hour stop in Panama City to refuel - before flying into Buenos Aires to reunite with Swift Friday afternoon.
Very impressed: He appeared very impressed at Swift's electrifying performance and incredible production of her show between each of her eras
Supporting her proudly: Kelce appeared to be thoroughly enjoying himself and wore an eye-catching button-down as well as various bracelets Swifties had given to him during the show
Collecting bracelets: He accepted dozens of bracelets from fans during the show. He waved