Travis Kelce has invited Taylor Swift to come see a Chiefs game at Arrowhead Stadium

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When Taylor Swift was last at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, it generated an insane amount of interest.

Should Swift make another visit to Arrowhead in, say, the final three months of the year, it could be even more engrossing.

It’s hard to escape the rumors about the Travis Kelce-Taylor Swift relationship these days, even if you’re watching an NFL football game or tuned in to a postgame show.

Talk of the Chiefs tight end and the superstar singer certainly hasn’t been limited to the celebrity websites and TV shows, and each day seems to bring more news about Swift and Kelce.

For instance, The Messenger reported late Wednesday that Kelce and Swift have “hung out twice.”

“(I)t’s nothing serious,” that story said. “She thinks he is very charming, and they have been texting this last week. He is a little embarrassed at how much attention they are getting, but he has told her he would love to continue seeing her.”

When Kelce visited “The Pat McAfee Show” on Thursday, he was asked about how this story has gone viral.

“I’ll tell you what, it’s hilarious how much traction this has actually got. I think right now it’s like that old game in school called telephone where everybody’s just whispering in each other’s ear, just hearing some random stuff,” Kelce said. “No one actually knows what’s going on.”

Kelce mentioned how his brother, Jason, has fueled the chatter when he said the rumored romance is “100% true.”

“The guy,” Kelce quipped about his brother, “can’t stay out of a headline.”

Kelce’s invitation

But then Kelce admitted he and Swift have been in contact. It came after McAfee asked if Kelce hated all the rumors being shared.

“No, I mean it’s life, baby. I threw it out there. I threw the ball in her court,” Kelce said.

“And I told her I’ve seen you rock the stage at Arrowhead, you might have to come see me rock the stage at Arrowhead and see which one’s a little more lit. So we’ll see what happens in the near future.”

Swift played those two sold-out Eras Tour shows at Arrowhead Stadium in July, and the Chiefs have six more home games there. She wouldn’t be on a stage on the field if she came to Kansas City, but she’d certainly take center stage with her fans by being in an Arrowhead suite at a Chiefs game.

Here is Kelce’s appearance on McAfee’s show.