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Travis Kelce can't wait for Taylor Swift to 'shake up the world' with new album

Travis Kelce can't wait for Taylor Swift to 'shake up the world' with new album
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Travis Kelce can't wait for his girlfriend Taylor Swift to "shake up the world" with her upcoming album.

The Blank Space singer thrilled fans during a Grammys acceptance speech on Sunday when she announced her next album, The Tortured Poets Department, would be released on 19 April.

During a press conference at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas for Super Bowl LVIII Opening Night, the American footballer told reporters that the new songs are "unbelievable".

"I have heard some of it, yes, and it's unbelievable, I can't wait for her to shake up the world when it finally drops," he said.

When asked if he could share any details, Travis replied, "I can't give you anything. I leave that up to her."

Travis was unable to attend the Grammys as his team, the Kansas City Chiefs, are in Las Vegas preparing to play the San Francisco 49ers at the Super Bowl this Sunday.

During the press conference, Travis also reacted to Taylor making history at the Grammys by becoming the first artist to win Album of the Year four times.

"She's unbelievable, she's re-writing the history books herself. I told her, 'I'll have to hold up my end of the bargain and come home with some hardware too,'" he shared.

The 34-year-old singer unveiled the tracklist for The Tortured Poets Department on Monday night, revealing collaborations with Post Malone and Florence + the Machine.

The song title, But Daddy I Love Him, has caused on stir on social media. Fans are debating whether it is a reference to Taylor's ex Harry Styles, who has worn a T-shirt bearing the phrase, or the quote from The Little Mermaid, in which Ariel gives up her voice to be with a man.

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