The Taylor Swift effect is undeniable.
Jason and Travis Kelce express their enthusiasm for the success of the documentary about the Eagles star’s life, “Kelce,” and note that it achieved this feat even before his younger brother was romantically linked to Taylor Swift.
In a recent episode of their podcast, “New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce Presented by Wave Sports + Entertainment,” the brothers celebrate “Kelce” becoming Amazon Prime’s most-watched documentary in the United States.
As reported by Deadline, “Kelce,” which chronicles the life of 35-year-old Jason in the NFL, made its debut at No. 1 in the U.S. and has maintained a position in the Top 5 since its premiere on September 12.
“By the way, the number one documentary of all time [on Amazon Prime] — did you see that, how crazy is that?,” Jason said on the podcast.
The center for the Philadelphia Eagles chimed in, saying, “This success is all thanks to you and me, and it has nothing to do with the Taylor Swift buzz.” He playfully acknowledged the surge in attention from the singer’s fans, which coincided with her rumored relationship with Travis.
Travis, at the age of 34, shared a similar sentiment during the episode, saying, “It’s incredible how everyone’s so intrigued by our family dynamics.”
Travis continued, “I thought that was pretty cool man. That’s fun to hang your hat on that. For those of you who don’t know, it’s the most-watched documentary ever on Amazon Prime Video.”
The tight end has become a prominent topic in the league due to the ongoing speculation about his relationship with Swift, who has been seen supporting him at games in both Kansas City and New Jersey.
As of last week, a source informed PEOPLE that Travis and Swift are “still in the early stages of getting to know each other,” emphasizing that it’s not developing into anything overly serious.
While Kelce may be spending time with Swift, the source emphasizes that his primary focus remains on football, just as it always has. During the NFL season, his unwavering priority is the Chiefs and the collective success of the team.