Travis Kelce has revealed that Taylor Swift "wasn't too happy" about postponing her Buenos Aires show last week.
The Kansas City Chiefs tight end has revealed how the music superstar felt about being forced to postpone her Buenos Aires Eras Tour concert on Friday as a result of the weather conditions.
"She wasn't too happy about it obviously, she kind of prides herself on performing through weather or rain and things like that. But when it's unsafe to her and her crew and everybody in the stadium you gotta do what you gotta do," Travis, 34, stated in the latest episode of his podcast, New Heights.
The sports star then clarified that the performance had been postponed, rather than cancelled, as fans who had tickets to the Friday show were able to attend the Sunday performance.
"It wasn't cancelled, it was postponed as she noted, and you know what, I think everybody was accommodated for whoever missed on Friday to go on Sunday," he explained to his brother, Jason Kelce, during the podcast episode. "And sure enough, I think it ended up being perfect, everybody got to go."
Travis attended Taylor's Eras Tour show on Saturday, where he was spotted cheering her on from the VIP section. The Cruel Summer hitmaker, 33, even changed the lyrics to one of her songs, Karma, to reference the American football player.
Taylor is next scheduled to perform in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on 18 November.