The singer is dating Jason's younger brother, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce
In an interview with WCPO 9 that was shared on X (formerly known as Twitter) on Friday, the Philadelphia Eagles center discussed the attention that has followed the “Blank Space” singer, 34, by the NFL, as she dates Jason's younger brother, Travis Kelce.
“The attention's there because the audience wants to see it, I mean, if people didn't want to see it they wouldn't be showing it, I know that,” Jason, 36, said.
“She's a world star, she's the quintessential, you know, artist right now in the world,” he continued, then describing the “singer-songwriter” as “immensely talented," as well as an “unbelievable role model for young women across the globe."
“I think that the NFL would probably be foolish not to, you know, show her and ... be a role model for all the young girls out there," Jason added.
Jason's latest comments aren’t the first time this week that he has celebrated the pop superstar.
He previously called Swift the “newest member“ of the Kansas City Chiefs fan club during this week’s episode of the New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce podcast.
“Shout out to the newest members of the Chiefs Kingdom,” Jason said in the Wednesday episode, before he joked, “Taylor Swift, who has officially reached the Super Bowl in her rookie year."
“Shout out to Tay!” Travis, 34, then responded with a laugh, adding. “Thanks for joining the team!”
The Kelce family and Swift were spotted celebrating after the Chiefs’ winning game in the AFC Championship on Sunday. After Travis’ team defeated the Buffalo Bills, and secured a spot in the Super Bowl on Feb. 11, he was pictured kissing Swift on the field.
Shortly after the sweet embrace, the tight end also found his brother, and the pair shared several big hugs and handshakes.
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“You keep your shirt on this time?” Travis joked to his brother — referencing Jason's shirtless antics at the Chiefs game against the Buffalo Bills on Jan. 21. “I did ... for right now. We’ll see how it goes," Jason responded.
The father of three then choked up as he congratulated his younger brother on the Chiefs’ 17-10 victory over the Ravens, which allows him to return to the Super Bowl for a second consecutive year.
“I know it wasn't easy. I know it was a hard year,” Jason said. “Finish it. Finish this motherf—er!”
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