What she can do, I have been able to do for a long time. Maybe that’s what Travis Kelce thought in his emotional exuberance after his Kansas City Chiefs’ 25-22 win against the San Francisco 49ers.
As Swift kissed his hand, Kelce, drunk on love, bellowed an old Elvis hit into the microphone at the award ceremony. “Viva Las Vegas,” shouted the 34-year-old after his third Super Bowl victory in just five years.
“This is a once-in-a-lifetime situation and I’ve been able to experience it three times now,” he said a little calmer after the longest Super Bowl in history. There had only been an extension once before. “It meant everything to us to even come here. But then being able to prevail in four or five quarters means everything to me. I’m so proud of this team,” Kelce said.
However, the tight end is not satisfied and immediately made an announcement to the other NFL teams: “We now have the chance to make it three times in a row.”
US President Joe Biden went one step further in his congratulations on his office’s official account: “With their third Super Bowl victory in five years, the Chiefs are not just champions today – they are a dynasty.”