The Grammy-winning artist cleverly incorporated the signature dance moves associated with the Kansas City Chiefs, where Kelce plays as a tight end, into her act.

At her recent Eras Tour performance in Paris on Thursday night, Taylor Swift delighted fans with a heartfelt tribute to her significant other, Travis Kelce, while singing her hit song “So High School” from her album “The Tortured Poets Department.”

The Grammy-winning artist cleverly incorporated the signature dance moves associated with the Kansas City Chiefs, where Kelce plays as a tight end, into her act. The dance, inspired by the song “Swag Surfin’” by Fast Life Yungstaz-an anthem for the Chiefs-featured Swift and her backup dancers moving rhythmically from side to side, emulating the motion of waves.

“It’s true, scouts honor / You knew what you wanted, and boy you got her,” went the lyrics which fans speculate refers to her relationship with Kelce. Swift’s song “The Alchemy,” also references themes of football and winning streaks, further hinting at her connection with Kelce.

Their relationship, which went public in September, has seen mutual support at public events, with Swift frequently attending Chiefs games and Kelce being spotted at several of her concerts. Swift launched the European segment of her highly acclaimed Eras tour in France, introducing a fresh setlist and some exciting wardrobe changes to the delight of her fans.

In this revamped show, Swift has decided to drop some beloved tracks such as “The Archer” and “The 1” to make room for newer songs from her latest album, “The Tortured Poets Department.” Highlights from the new additions include “Fortnight” and “Down Bad,” which have quickly become fan favorites.