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After E! News shared a social media story about Taylor changing a lyric in her song "Karma" to give the Kansas City Chiefs player a shoutout during her second Eras tour show in Buenos Aires, Abigail gave the picture a double-tap.
In one swift move, Abigail—who grew up with Taylor in Nashville and earned a shoutout on the song "Fifteen"—proved she indeed "liked" the sweet moment.
On Nov. 11, instead of singing, "Karma is that guy on the screen coming straight home to me," Taylor replaced the word "screen"—which fans thought referenced Taylor's ex-boyfriend, actor Joe Alwyn—with "Chiefs."
As for how Travis felt about the switch-up? Well, the tight end's reaction is one that will never go out of style.
Travis smiled and put his hands on his face as Taylor's dad, Scott Swift, cheered along with the rest of the crowd as seen in an attendee's video. But the fans couldn't shake it off that easily, as the stadium erupted with applause before red fireworks went off.
The NFL star got in a shout-out of his own, giving an assist to his leading lady while she sang her 2019 song "The Archer." When Taylor belted out the lyric, "Who could ever leave me, darling? But who could stay?" Travis held up a sign that read, "We will stay."
After the show ended, the Grammy winner was nothing short of enchanted to see Travis as she ran into his arms before the couple shared a quick, passionate kiss.
It was only fitting that Travis traveled south of the equator during his bye week, as Taylor has attended multiple games to watch the New Heights podcast host play, play, play on the field.
But Travis has made it clear that he is looking to keep the media on the sidelines during their romance.
"We're learning with the paparazzi just taking photos all over the place," he recounted during an October press conference. "At the same time, it comes with it. You've got a lot of people that care about Taylor, and for good reason."
Most importantly, Travis is focused on having some delicate details stay private.
"Just got to keep living and learning and enjoying the moments," he added. "At the end of the day, I've always been pretty good about compartmentalizing and being able to stay focused in this building. I'll just keep rolling with that."
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