Friendship bracelets were “cutting off my circulation,” according to Jason Kelce, during Taylor Swift’s London Eras show

“Can’t feel my hand anymore,” Jason recalled of the experience

Taylor Swift’s London Eras tour dates have brought out a host of A-list celebrities, including her boyfriend Travis Kelce and his brother Jason Kelce, the latter of whom may have taken on more friendship bracelets than he could handle at the concert.

On the Wednesday, June 26, episode of their New Heights podcast, the Kelce brothers discussed the energy at the show, fan reactions and Jason’s uncomfortable situation with his friendship bracelets.

“Yeah. Man, I’m tired of drinking these beers, and Taylor’s still singing. This is amazing. Can’t feel my hand anymore because all these friendship bracelets are cutting off my circulation,” he said of the experience.

Travis, acknowledging the amount of bracelets his brother had at the show, said, “I mean, you were stacked. We actually got a video. If you haven’t seen it, you just being so pumped and showing Kai how many bracelets you got.”

Jason Kelce (left) and Travis Kelce.


“It was an awesome experience. Obviously, the Swifties make it very memorable,” Jason said regarding Swift’s legion of diehard fans.

This ins’t the first time that the Kelce brothers have experienced friendship bracelet love from Swifties. On the London tour stop on Friday, June 21, they both exchanged friendship bracelets with several of the star’s fans.

One fan specifically, Harlow Tyrner, a Swiftie who attended the Wembley Stadium show, posted a TikTok video of herself giving a bracelet to Travis, 34, and Jason, 36, who were both inside the VIP friends and family tent.

In the clip, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end chatted with and waved at her while accepting the bracelets. Jason, meanwhile, held a beer in his mouth as he used both hands to add to his growing stacks of friendship bracelets.

Jason Kelce (left) and Travis Kelce.


The friendship bracelet tradition was inspired by a lyric from Swift’s 2022 Midnights track “You’re On Your Own, Kid,” in which she sings, “Everything you lose is a step you take / So make the friendship bracelets / Take the moment and taste it / You’ve got no reason to be afraid.”

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