Travis Kelce goes clubbing with Patrick Mahomes in Vegas after Taylor Swift reunion

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Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (left) poses with quarterback Patrick Mahomes as a woman holds a giant Kansas City Chiefs cake next to them. — Instagram/@xslasvegas
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (left) poses with quarterback Patrick Mahomes as a woman holds a giant Kansas City Chiefs cake next to them. — Instagram/@xslasvegas

It seems that the party has not yet ended for the Kansas City Chiefs weeks after they won the Lombardi Trophy at the Super Bowl in Las Vegas as the team was spotted having a ball at a club over the weekend.

The team’s tight end Travis Kelce was seen partying with his buddy and quarterback Patrick Mahomes at a day club named Lavo, days after he attended his pop star girlfriend Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour concert in Australia to return the singer's favour of supporting him through the playoffs.

According to The US Sun, Mahomes had promised his teammates before the Super Bowl, that he would take them back to Las Vegas for a fun trip if they won the big game earlier this month, and it appears he kept his promise.

"This is a business trip," Mahomes said before the big game. "I told the guys that if we win I’ll bring everyone back to Vegas to celebrate."

The star tight-end sported a Hawaiian shirt and waved a massive champagne bottle around the club.

Later, Kelce and Mahomes moved on to a different club for some nightlife where they met up with some other A-listers.

The Super Bowl duo's party was headlined by famous DJ Marshmallow, who played "We are the Champions" for the pair to sing.

He also played Taylor Swift's "Love Story" for Kelce which he belted out for the crowd.

The couple was spotted at the Sydney Zoo on a date before one of her shows.

Later, Swift once again altered the lyrics in her song "Karma" to give a shout out to Kelce, saying "Karma is the guy on the Chiefs."

The National Football League offseason is just getting started, so Kelce and the Chiefs likely have a lot more travel and celebration in them before it's time to focus on football again.