As the Kansas City Chiefs attempt to win their second straight Super Bowl, the team is promoting Travis Kelce’s romance with Taylor Swift in their new playoff hype video

As the Kansas City Chiefs attempt to win their second straight Super Bowl, the team is promoting Travis Kelce’s romance with Taylor Swift in their new playoff hype video.

“The regular season is over and we’ve had a great year / Happy post season, Chiefs kingdom, the playoffs are here / It might not be a holiday but we’ll treat it like like one / Three Super Bowls to our name and the fun’s just begun,” a narrator says over a clip of highlights of the Chiefs 2023 season.

Then Kelce, 34, appears on screen throwing a football into the stands after scoring a touchdown, and the speaker refers to one of Swift’s biggest hits.

Valentine’s Day is jealous of the ‘love story’ we have / Who could ever separate the end zone from Trav?”

From her 2008 second album, Fearless, “Love Story” was certified eight-times platinum. Inspired by Romeo and Juliet, Swift, also 34, told Time in 2009, “That’s the most romantic song I’ve written.”

When she recorded the track for Fearless (Taylor’s Version) in 2021, she said in a press release, “It also is a good example of what a hopeless romantic I was and still am.”

In the Shakespeare tragedy, Romeo and Juliet died by suicide after their families disapproved of their marriage. For “Love Story,” Swift changed the sadness to happiness.

In the song, she sings, “Romeo, take me somewhere we can be alone / I’ll be waiting, all there’s left to do is run / You’ll be the prince and I’ll be the princess / It’s a love story, baby, just say, Yes”