Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift had 'fun as hell' weekend at Coachella

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift's Coachella weekend was "fun as hell".
The couple were seen in the crowd at the California music festival with friends including Sabrina Carpenter and Barry Keoghan last weekend and the Kansas City Chiefs tight end had a great time checking out new bands and seeing favourite acts on stage.
Speaking on his 'New Heights' podcast, Travis said: "I love live music, man, I absolutely love live music.
"I don't get enough of it in my life, I really enjoy any event. I just like going to events, going places where people are seeing talents... all these talented people in the world.
"I just like to experience that type of [stuff], like I love experiencing new cultures. That's the one thing that I really enjoy about Coachella is that it's not just one genre of music. It's everything.
"I always appreciated it, and it was fun. It was fun seeing a few new bands that I really wasn't that familiar with, and just became an absolute lover of their music because of how they performed, and how they captivated the crowd. It got everybody into it.
"The Bleachers, Jack Antonoff absolutely ripped it. I had so much fun seeing him go nuts with the guitar. He had two sax players, two drummers, two guitars... and it was so much fun! That was fun as hell to watch."
The sportsman was keen to watch the acts in the "crowd" instead of joining other stars backstage.
He explained: "I like to see it from the fans' perspective. 'Cause I am, I'm a fan of the music, I'm a fan of live shows, I want to see it from the front of the stage. We probably could have finessed it that way, but I think it's just that much more of an experience if you're in the pit, man... in the madness with all the fans."
Travis and his brother, podcast co-host Jason Kelce, joked about the 'Karma' singer being photographed in a green hat bearing the 'New Heights' logo.
Jason said: "We know who you went with, we saw the pictures.
"Sold out of the green hat real quick."
Travis quipped:"It's a good colour green!"