Travis Kelce Has a Very Travis Kelce Nickname for His Taylor Swift Concert Buddy, Bradley Cooper

Of course, of course, Travis Kelce refers to Bradley Cooper as “Big Coop.”

In the latest episode of the New Heights podcast, the Kansas City Chiefs player told his brother Jason Kelce all about attending the Eras Tour with Gigi Hadid and her boyfriend, Big Coop. The group danced the night away at Swift’s final show in Paris on May 12, which also happened to be her 87th show. The number 87 is of particular significance to Travis, who wears it on his jersey in honor of his older brother, who was born in 1987.

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Swift herself marked the occasion during her surprise set by singing a mash-up of “Treacherous” and “The Alchemy,” a new song from The Tortured Poets Department that is largely believed to have been written about Travis—though the “shirts off” lyric could easily be considered a nod to Jason.

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Overall, it sounds like Travis had a great time with the Hollywood It couple, as well as two other VIPs. According to the football player, Donna Kelce and Cooper’s mom, Gloria Campano, were also in attendance. It was Mother’s Day in the United States, after all.

“I got to see Gigi and Bradley. Bradley Cooper, man. B.C., Big Coop. We were all in the suite having a blast. They’re amazing,” Travis Kelce told his brother on their podcast, which dropped its latest episode on May 15. “Of course, Bradley Cooper’s a huge Eagles fan. And he got to see Mom.”

After hearing Travis describe the evening as “an all-around lovely night,” Jason asked him how the show measured up to the previous four Eras Tour stops he has attended in Kansas City, Argentina, Singapore, and Australia. “I don’t know if they’re just getting better or if I just keep forgetting how they are,” Travis said. “It was electric in there.”

Though Travis admitted that “Kansas City showed out,” Argentina was “unbelievable,” Australians “party with the best of them,” and Singapore was “so unique and so fun,” the NFL star said Paris was on “a whole ’nother level, man.”

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