The Kansas City Chiefs player, 34, revealed his Thanksgiving plans during a conversation with his brother, Jason Kelce, on Wednesday’s latest episode of the ‘New Heights’ podcast.
“I’ll be feasting on KFC because I won’t have anybody here,” the two-time Super Bowl champ explained, seemingly sad over the fact that girlfriend Taylor Swift won’t be joining him.
Jason, who plays for the Philadelphia Eagles, stated ”You won’t have anybody in there cooking turkey?”
He added, “If you want to make a quick trip you’re welcome at the house. We’ll have plenty of food.”
The latest episode alludes to the fact that Taylor is most likely staying in Brazil for the holiday while she is on the international leg of The Eras Tour.
The “Cruel Summer’ singer, 33, was expected to fly home for the holidays and attend Travis’ football game earlier in the week, but she had to take center stage in Rio de Janeiro Monday after rescheduling her Saturday concert.
The next block of shows commences Friday in São Paulo. There is a low chance the singer will be coming back stateside as of this time.
Fans noticed that her private jet landed in São Paulo on Tuesday afternoon after departing the city earlier that day.
An insider told Page Six that Swift would be making a last-minute decision about Thanksgiving after the tragic loss of fan Ana Clara Benevides at her Rio show last week.
“The Brazil concerts … she is devastated about a fan dying,” the source said, noting her father, Scott, was already in Brazil with her.
“The weather is extreme. It’s a mess she didn’t expect. It’s been a traumatic experience. It’s been a lot. She is going to decide today.”
The insider also noted that Swift has been overcome with grief following the 23-year-old fan’s death.
Benevides died on Friday night after going into cardiac arrest amid the extreme temperatures inside the stadium before the concert. She was rushed to the hospital but ultimately died after “almost an hour of emergency care.”
The heat index had reached a record-breaking 139 degrees Fahrenheit.
Later on in the night, Swift personally handed out water to concertgoers while singing “All Too Well’ who took to her Instagram Story to address the tragedy.
“I can’t believe I’m writing these words but it is with a shattered heart that I say we lost a fan earlier tonight before my show. I can’t even tell you how devastated I am by this,” she began.
“I’m not going to be able to speak about this from stage because I feel overwhelmed by grief when I even try to talk about it,” the “Bad Blood” hitmaker went on..
“I want to say now I feel this loss deeply and my broken heart goes out to her family and friends. This is the last thing I ever thought would happen when we decided to bring this tour to Brazil.”