Taylor Swift Fans Spot Hidden Message About Travis Kelce in ‘So High School’ Lyrics and Video

Fans have speculated that Track 22 from “The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology” is about her NFL boyfriend

<p>Erick W. Rasco/Sports Illustrated via Getty; Instagram/Taylor Swift</p> Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift; “So High School” lyric video

Erick W. Rasco/Sports Illustrated via Getty; Instagram/Taylor Swift

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift; “So High School” lyric video

Taylor Swift is teasing her Travis Kelce's relationship in her new music.

The “Fortnight” singer, 34, appeared to give a sweet little nod to the football player in her new lyric video for “So High School,” which is Track 22 on The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology double album.

Eagle-eyed Swifties were quick to catch that at around the 40-second mark, when the lyrics “cheeks pink in the twinkling lights” appear, the “TK” in “twinkling” and “TS” in “lights” were shown in a light pink shade — a nod to her and her NFL boyfriend’s initials.

One fan wrote on X (formerly Twitter), “I’m never recovering from TS and TK being highlighted in light pink.” Another person commented on X, “wait im crying she highlighted TS & TK in the so high school lyric video this is so cute #TSTTPD.”

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Another potential tease to their romance was that the song lyrics were set over a photo of what appear to be large stadium lights — similar to ones used during high school football games at night — hinting at Kelce’s career.

Following the release of Swift’s new album, several fans online have speculated that “So High School” is about the Kansas City Chiefs football player, due to the lyrics.

Fans appeared to tie one lyric “Are you gonna marry, kiss or kill me?” to Kelce’s interview with AfterBuzz TV where he was asked to put Swift, Ariana Grande and Katy Perry in each category. He playfully put the 14-time Grammy winner in the “kiss” category during the interview.

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Even Kelce seemed to allude that the song was about him by dropping a video of himself doing an impression of his dad Ed Kelce on his New Heights podcast on X hours after Swift’s The Tortured Poets Department album came out Friday.

In “So High School,” Swift seems to reference that same impression, singing, “I feel like laughing in the middle of practice / Do that impression you did of your dad again.”

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The singer-songwriter even shared some romantic scenes between the two of them during a promotional video for a social media challenge tied to her lead single "Fortnight" on YouTube Shorts.

<p>YouTube/Taylor Swift</p> A moment from the #ForAFortnightChallenge promo video.

YouTube/Taylor Swift

A moment from the #ForAFortnightChallenge promo video.

In one shot, Kelce could be seen giving her a sweet kiss on the cheek in the kitchen as she made food, and in another, the couple could be seen holding hands while surrounded by lights during their world tour date.

She also showed a moment repping his team, the Kansas City Chiefs, as she held a red pickleball paddle with the team’s name.

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