Travis Kelce shouts out ‘significant other’ Taylor Swift as he auctions Eras tour tickets at charity gala

Travis Kelce shouts out ‘significant other’ Taylor Swift as he auctions Eras tour tickets at charity gala

Travis Kelce gave a sweet shoutout to girlfriend Taylor Swift, referring to the superstar as his “significant other” while auctioning four tickets to one of her Eras tour shows.

On 27 April, Kelce and Swift attended their friend Patrick Mahomes’s 15 and The Mahomies Foundation Vegas Classic gala, which was held at the Bellagio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

 

 

As shown in a video shared on X, formerly known as Twitter, the football tight end sweetly mentioned Swift, before revealing that she added something to the auction that wasn’t initially up for grabs.

“I was just talking to my significant other, and we might have one other auction item that wasn’t on the docket,” he said. “Um, has anybody heard of The Eras tour?”

 

 

He explained that the event was auctioning tickets for one of Swift’s upcoming shows, which will take place in the US at the end of the year. The news came weeks before the “Anti-Hero” singer returns to the international leg of her tour, with her next show taking place in Paris, France.

“There might be a fun thing where there are four tickets to the New Orleans, Miami, or Indianapolis dates when the Eras tour comes back to the United States. Does that fire anybody up right now?” Kelce said, prompting a loud applause from the audience.

 

 

In his own Instagram Story, auctioneer Harry Santa-Olalla shared a clip of himself on stage with Kelce, as the bidding for the concert tickets began. Santa-Olalla even started the auction, offering $5,000 for the tickets. He also noted that the bidding would be done in $5,000 increments.

 

 

Another video on the Instagram Story showed Santa-Olalla walking through the audience, as the bidding was up to $30,000 and Kelce was hilariously following him. In the next post, Santa-Olalla revealed the four tickets to the Eras tour show were sold for $80,000.

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