The meme compared Kelce cheering shirtless to how people might react if they heard Twain's "let's go girls" line at a bar
After Twain saw a meme that referenced her 1999 hit song “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” used with a photo of a topless Jason celebrating a Travis touchdown, Twain simply replied with three emojis.
“😂😂😂,” Twain wrote on X (formerly Twitter), quote-tweeting user @NickZararis’ meme that compared Jason cheering to how he would react if he heard Twain’s popular spoken-word lyric “let’s go girls” at a bar.
Though it’s unknown whether Twain — the best-selling female artist in country music history — is a fan of Jason’s Philadelphia Eagles or Travis’ Kansas City Chiefs, she certainly felt the attraction to the meme.
Longtime NFL fans will remember Twain opened the 2003 Super Bowl Halftime Show, performing “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” and “Up!” before handing off the stage to No Doubt and Sting.
Twain returned to the Super Bowl in 2021, wishing the Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers both good luck by tweeting, “Let’s go guys!”
At that game, which happened to be the 26th anniversary of Twain’s The Woman in Me album, Twain watched Bucs coaches Maral Javadifar and Lori Locust become the first female coaches to win a Super Bowl. Twain tweeted at the time, “Since there will be more women in on-field roles during #SuperBowl LV than ever before... LET’S GO GIRLS! 😘✊”
The Chiefs, who lost to the Bucs in 2021, are once again a contender to make this year’s Super Bowl. They’ll be taking on the Baltimore Ravens on Jan. 28 for the AFC Championship title. A win would put them in the Super Bowl against the NFC Championship winners, either the San Francisco 49ers or the Detroit Lions, on Feb. 11.
Jason will likely be rooting for his younger brother Travis at the Chiefs-Ravens game. Whether Jason wears a “Big Yeti” shirt and keeps it on for this game is yet to be determined.
During a post-game interview on the field after Sunday’s game, a reporter informed Travis that Jason was cheering sans a shirt.
“My brother was shirtless?” Travis replied to Westwood One Sports reporter Aditi Kinkhabwala, with a laugh. “It doesn’t surprise me one bit. Doesn’t surprise me one bit. I love that guy and every time we’re not on the field together, we’re always rooting for each other.”
Meanwhile, their mom Donna Kelce told PEOPLE she also wasn’t surprised about Jason’s “antics” and that he “can finally let his hair down” since the Eagles were eliminated in the playoffs after “a long season that you have to behave yourself.”
“A lot of people don’t see it because he’s all business nine times out of 10 when he is on the field,” Donna added. “He’s so focused with the game and he’s so into it that people don’t see that side of him.”
One person who sees that side of him is his wife Kylie, who Jason thinks “[wasn’t] happy about it, to be honest with you,” he admitted on Wednesday’s episode of New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce.
“I’m not going to lie, I gave Kylie a heads-up,” Jason added. “The moment we get into the suite I said, ‘I'm taking my shirt off and jumping out of that suite.’ And she said, ‘Jason don't you dare.’”
Jason also said Kylie told him to be “on my best behavior 'cause we were meeting Taylor.”
Swift ended up liking an Instagram video (above) of her boyfriend Travis discussing the viral shirtless moment with Jason.
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“You celebrated my touchdown by taking off your shirt, screaming, jumping out of the suite, chugging a beer with the fans, then jumping back into the suite,” Travis said in the video Swift liked. “I watched this, and it was pure pandemonium.”
Jason and Kylie’s 2-year-old daughter Elliotte also reacted.
“Ellie said, ‘Dads boobs are showing!’” read a text message Jason posted on X, presumably sent from Kylie’s mom.
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