Travis Kelce Drunkenly Sings ‘Friends in Low Places’ at Chiefs 2024 Super Bowl Parade

Travis Kelce Drunkenly Sings ‘Friends in Low Places’ at Chiefs 2024 Super Bowl Parade

Travis Kelce channeled his inner Garth Brooks with a drunk version of “Friends in Low Places” on stage at the team’s Super Bowl LVIII victory parade on Wednesday, February 14.

“If you know this song, sing along,” Kelce began as he attempted to read the lyrics to the hit song off his phone. “Blame it all my roots, I showed up in boots and ruined the niners affair. The last one to know, we were the last one to show, we were the last ones they thought they’d see there.”

 

 

Kelce stumbled over his words, but continued: “And I saw the surprise, that fear in their eyes … Pat took that glass of champagne, I promise you. And I toasted you. Honey, we’re through …”

Patrick Mahomes then took the mic to sing along with the chorus as the track started to play.

 

 

Before joining his teammates on stage for the rally celebration, Kelce showed off his dance moves while riding on the back of a golf cart on the parade route.

“Travis Kelce just vibin’ on a golf cart ,” KC Sports Network captioned the funny moment via X. In another clip, he chugged a beer after spotting a cardboard cutout of his brother, Jason Kelce, in the crowd.

 

 

Missing from the celebration was Kelce’s girlfriend, Taylor Swift, as she traveled to Australia for the next round of international Eras Tour show dates. However, Kansas City natives showed their support for the couple at the parade with flags and decorations featuring the pair’s faces.

 

 

Some fans even held signs with references to the duo’s romance, with one reading “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs.” (Swift, 34, changed the lyrics to her song “Karma” to reference Kelce’s NFL team during a November 2023 Eras Tour stop in Argentina.)

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