The pop star shared the exciting news while accepting the award for best pop vocal album at the Grammys on Sunday night
Swift, 34, announced her 11th studio album, The Tortured Poets Department, while accepting her first award of the night for best pop vocal album for 2022’s Midnights. As news spread of the forthcoming project, Kylie, 31, reacted to the announcement.
Kylie “liked” Swift’s post sharing the news of the album, which the pop star put up within minutes of her leaving the Grammys stage after accepting her first award. In the post, Swift shared the sultry album artwork — a black-and-white shot of her laying on a bed with her hands wrapped around her body and her face cut out of the frame — as well as a sneak peek at the music that lies ahead.
In the second photo, Swift’s handwriting was pictured with some song lyrics that read, "And so I enter into evidence/ My tarnished coat of arms / My muses, acquired like bruises / My talismans and charms / The tick, tick, tick of love bombs/ My veins of pitch black ink."
Underneath the lyrics, Swift wrote, "All's fair in love and poetry ... Sincerely, The Chairman of The Tortured Poets Department."
She captioned the post — which was also liked by Vanessa Bryant, Tate McRae and her Chiefs beau’s teammate's brother, Jackson Mahomes — "All’s fair in love and poetry... New album THE TORTURED POETS DEPARTMENT. Out April 19 🤍.”
The post exceeded 1.5 million likes in just two minutes, and has since passed the 12 million mark.
Kylie was not the only member of the Kelce family who showed some social media love to Swift, though.
The pop star’s boyfriend Travis also weighed in and “liked” a photo of Swift rocking her show-stopping Schiaparelli gown on the red carpet on Sunday. In the post, which was shared on NPR’s official Instagram account, the singer posed in the Reputation-era coded look, consisting of a white strapless ruched gown with a thigh-high split and black opera gloves as she sported a vampy red lip.
The interaction came just hours after Travis, 34, landed in Las Vegas with the rest of the Kansas City Chiefs ahead of next week’s Super Bowl LVIII.
The tight end had previously confirmed that he wouldn’t be able to attend the Grammys with Swift due to schedule conflicts giving the upcoming championship game. On Feb. 11, the Chiefs will take on the San Francisco 49ers in a repeat matchup from the 2020 final, which saw the Chiefs beat the 49ers 31-20.
"I wish I could go support Taylor at the Grammys, and watch her win every single award that she’s nominated for,” Travis said on an episode of The Pat McAfee Show last week. “But I think I've got practice on Sunday."
"Unfortunately, I've gotta get ready for this big old Super Bowl that we’ve got in a week," Kelce added of his schedule ahead of the final.
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She was in attendance at his AFC Championship win, though, and joined him on the field post-game to celebrate, with the two sharing some sweet moments.
"It's another memory in the journey that we get to cherish, man," Travis told reporters of the post-game celebration.
"And I'm fortunate that I got all the support I need off the field," he added. "And, you know, it gives me a reason to play that much harder on the field is the people you just mentioned."
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