Travis Kelce to Spend Thanksgiving Eating Junk Food Without Girlfriend Taylor Swift
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The Kansas City Chiefs player plans to gorge on fast food on upcoming Thanksgiving as he will be celebrating the holiday without his singer girlfriend who is away on world tour.

AceShowbiz - Travis Kelce will be eating junk food without Taylor Swift over Thanksgiving. The Kansas City Chiefs star won't share a turkey dinner with his girlfriend on Thursday, November 23 because the "Cruel Summer" hitmaker is currently in South America on her "Eras" tour so hasn't made any grand plans. Speaking on his 'New Heights' podcast, he said, "I'll be feasting on KFC because I won't have anybody here."

But his co-host, brother Jason Kelce - who plays for the Philadelphia Eagles - quickly jumped in to invite his siblings to spend the holiday with his family. "You won't have anybody in there cooking turkey? If you want to make a quick trip you're welcome at the house. We'll have plenty of food," he replied.

Travis gratefully said, "Thanks, man. That's exactly what I wanted to do this week." However, Jason and his wife Kylie may regret the invitation because the brothers admitted Travis is a "super picky eater."

Asked about their favourite Thanksgiving dishes by a listener, Jason, 36, said, "Travis is super picky. Our Thanksgivings always ended in tears, with Travis at the table and Dad screaming at him." Fake-crying, Travis, 34, joked, "Mom and Dad, I'm thankful." And impersonating their dad, Ed Kelce, Jason yelled, "Eat the food! Be thankful!"

Jason then admitted his "must-haves" on the festive feast would be, "Mama Kelce's dinner rolls, green bean casserole, mashed potatoes, corn and some type of meat." He added, "I think turkey has to be there but if I'm not lying, we were always a big pork chop family growing up and I think pork chops taste better than turkey, if I'm being honest." Travis decided, "I'm going ham. Honey baked ham."

He also agreed with his brother's recommendation for mom Donna's dinner rolls and also enjoys mac and cheese, but admitted he found the rest of the list "tricky." He added, "Everything else is like, whatever... I'm out on stuffing, I'm out on casseroles, I'm out on cranberry sauce."

And Travis suggested he isn't much of a cook. After Jason decided he wants to attempt to deep fry his turkey this year, he asked his brother, "Have you ever deep fried a turkey?" His sibling laughed, "Look at me. No. I've never cooked a turkey in my life."

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