Travis Kelce appears to confirm Taylor Swift’s new song ‘So High School’ is about him: ‘This is crazy!’

Travis Kelce appears to confirm Taylor Swift’s new song ‘So High School’ is about him: ‘This is crazy!’


Taylor Swift references romances with exes Joe Alwyn and Matty Healy on her new album “The Tortured Poet’s Society.”



But the pop superstar isn’t only interested in mining her past relationships — she’s seemingly singing about her current boyfriend, too.

Swift, 34, appears to pay tribute to beau Travis Kelce, 34, on the album’s track “So High School,” which features the lyrics: “I feel like laughin’ in the middle of practice / To that impression you did of your dad again.”

Kelce is well-known for imitating his father, Ed, on his podcast “New Heights” — with fans of the couple immediately picking up Swift’s reference in the song.

Now, the Kansas City Chiefs star has seemingly confirmed the song is about him by posting an old clip of an impersonation of his dad to the “New Heights” podcast X account just hours after the track’s release.

“Those Papa Kelce impressions are just too good,” the caption for the X post read.

For Swift fans, the caption was proof Kelce was proclaiming that the song was about him, with one writing: “YOU KNOW WHAT UR DOING.”

“This crazy!” a second ecstatic fan of the couple declared.

Before Kelce’s apparent confirmation, frenzied fans spent Friday morning speculating on social media that “So High School” was indeed about him.

“So high school is 100% about Travis Kelce. SCREAMING,” one cooed.

So High School is so Travis Kelce coded and I’m just like [heart face],” a second smitten fan cheered.

Meanwhile, it’s been speculated Kelce could join Swift on the road when she resumes the blockbuster tour in Europe next month, with the first show kicking off May 9 in Paris.

The pair recently enjoyed a PDA-filled trip to Indio, Calif., where they took in Coachella.

“I love live music, man,” Kelce said Wednesday on his “New Heights” podcast. “I just like going to events, going to places where people are, seeing talents.”