Kelce arrived at the Harry Reid International Airport on Sunday.
Travis Kelce has touched down in Las Vegas!
The Kansas City Chiefs tight end, 34, was pictured arriving at the Harry Reid International Airport on Sunday ahead of Super Bowl LVIII on February 11th.
Appearing to be in good spirits, Kelce flashed a smile as he held up a Super Bowl LVIII Las Vegas cap ahead of the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers at Allegiant Stadium.
He also sported a red Nike hoodie, matching pants and some white Nike sneakers.
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The NFL star’s arrival in Vegas comes after he revealed on the New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce podcast that a 90s arcade game move helped the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Baltimore Ravens, 17-10, during the AFC Championship game on Jan. 28.
“If you tell a male from the ’90s, ‘Run Da Bomb,’ they know exactly what you're talking about,” Travis said 83 minutes into the episode. “It’s what we ran to f---ing win the game against the Ravens to throw it up to Marquez [Valdes-Scantling]. We ran Da Bomb. It's the greatest play ever invented.”
Winning the game also led to an on-field kiss from girlfriend Taylor Swift after the game.
"Tay, I'm gonna enjoy with the guys," Kelce told Swift, 34, ahead of the on-field kiss. "I love you."
“My mom's home videos, man. Just having that camera on me at all times,” Kelce told reporters with a laugh after he was asked where he got his on-camera confidence from. “Seeing what silly stuff I’m gonna do next.”
“Honestly, I’ve always been comfortable in the rooms that I’ve been in and I’ve just been fortunate that, I don’t know, I’ve been able to kinda look into a camera with ease, I guess,” Kelce continued. “I don’t know, it’s just having fun out there, I guess.”
He then added that “sports for me is where I built my confidence.”
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