Taylor Swift’s legion of fans are holding out hope that the pop star makes a cameo appearance on her new beau’s podcast.
Travis Kelce, who co-hosts “New Heights” with his brother Jason, teased a special “family edition” of their popular show in celebration of the holidays.
“We got a guest episode coming up … for you 92 percenters for being so loyal and tuning in every single week and being such fans of the Kelce household, we have a Kelce family year end holiday spectacular,” the Kansas City Chiefs star said on Wednesday’s episode.
“It’s dropping this Friday,” he added.
The two-time Super Bowl champ also noted there would be a “revolving door of Kelce family members coming through to talk.”
“We cannot wait to share it with you this Friday,” Travis, 34, said.
“It’ll be fun … we haven’t even recorded it yet. It’s going to be fun, it always is.”
His older brother, 36, then chimed in, “We’re going to ask the family members some of the questions you guys have been submitting.”
Swift’s fans were quick to theorize that the Kelce brothers’ cryptic messaging could be pointing at an appearance from the “Cruel Summer” hitmaker, 34.
“KELCE FAMILY EPISODE OF NEW HEIGHTS THIS FRIDAY, WITH KYLIE!!!! WILL TAYLOR BE THERE???” one person tweeted in response to the podcast announcement.
“TAYLOR SWIFT ON NEW HEIGHTS FRIDAY (manifesting),” another hopeful fan chimed in.
A third person wrote, referring to Swift’s publicist Tree Paine, “Any swifties that follow me and also listen to the new heights podcast I need to know if I’m the only person who’s delulu in thinking tree will let Taylor be on the podcast?”
The podcast announcement comes a couple of days after the 12-time Grammy winner spent Christmas with the NFL player and his family as the Chiefs took on the Raiders.
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For Swift’s eighth NFL game of the season, her parents, Scott and Andrea Swift, came along.
The couple were photographed chatting with Travis’ dad, Ed Kelce, in a VIP box Monday, where they cheered on the tight end. The game unfortunately ended in a loss for the Kansas City team.
She has been photographed with both Ed and his wife, Donna Kelce, in the stands at several games — and has left a good impression on the pair.
The father of two previously described the singer as “a very, very sweet, very charming, down-to-earth young woman” whose intelligence “comes through right away.”
He also praised the billionaire musician for not acting like a “diva” and helping the stadium employees clean up after a game.