Travis and Jason Kelce drop special family episode of New Heights podcast with appearances from mom Donna, dad Ed and Jason’s wife Kylie… but there’s NO Taylor Swift despite fans predicting she would make debut

Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce recorded a special family episode of New Heights
But Taylor Swift was absent, despite spending Christmas time in Kansas City

Travis and Jason Kelce dropped a special family edition of their New Heights podcast on Friday morning but there was no sign of Taylor Swift.

When the NFL brothers revealed earlier this week that they would be recording a special episode featuring ‘family and friends’, many speculated the popstar could be a guest.

But while their mom Donna, dad Ed and Jason’s wife Kylie all got in front of the mic, Swift was nowhere to be seen.

It comes after Swift and Kelce spent Christmas together in Kansas City with the singer jetting into Arrowhead Stadium from Nashville to watch the Chiefs lose against the Raiders.

She’s also believed to be going to the Chiefs’ game against the Bengals on New Year’s Eve alongside Kelce’s mom Donna.

Travis and Jason Kelce dropped a special family edition of their New Heights podcast on Friday

Swift and Kelce spent Christmas together with the singer in attendance at Arrowhead Stadium to watch the Chiefs lose against the Raiders

As DailyMail.com reported earlier this week, Swift and Kelce’s families came together at his Kansas City mansion for a festive Christmas celebration.

On Christmas Day, Taylor’s dad and mom Scott, 71, and Andrea, 65 – along with her brother Austin, 31 – cheered on Travis’s team at Arrowhead Stadium.

Following the defeat, photographs surfaced of Taylor’s dad Scott watching the game alongside Travis’s father Ed, 69. The two men were seen chatting up a storm and DailyMail.com exclusively learned that their conversation didn’t end when the game finished.

A source close to the Anti-Hero singer revealed that, following the game, Taylor’s family joined Travis and his father at the NFL tight end’s Kansas City mansion, where they all celebrated the remainder of the holiday together.

‘Seeing their families together on such a special holiday was the best gift ever for Taylor,’ a source close to the 34-year-old Grammy Award winner told DailyMail.com.

Taylor’s brother Austin, 31, dressed as Santa Claus to attend the Chiefs’ game on Christmas

On December 25, Ed was seen in the VIP box at Arrowhead Stadium with Taylor’s entire family
Donna (with Jason’s wife Kylie on Christmas) will be at the Chiefs’ game on New Year’s Eve

‘She’s never had this happen before and it made the holiday the most meaningful one for her.

‘Her friends think that this is just more proof that Travis is going to be a Swiftie for life.

‘Of course Travis was bummed that they did not win the game. But he is at the point in his career where he does not let this get to him too much and is looking forward to the next game.’

Missing from the bunch was Travis’s mother Donna, 71, who Taylor has grown quite close to in recent months.

She was in Philadelphia on Christmas Day, supporting Jason and the Philadelphia Eagles, who beat the New York Giants 33-25.