In a heartwarming display of camaraderie, Ryan Reynolds, the renowned Deadpool actor, recently showcased his support for Taylor Swift, who is rumored to be in a budding romance with NFL star Travis Kelce. The 46-year-old actor joined forces with his wife, Blake Lively, and a star-studded entourage during a Sunday NFL game, where Taylor Swift's speculated new beau, Travis Kelce, was in action for the Kansas City Chiefs against the New York Jets. Among the notable figures in attendance were Hugh Jackman, director Shawn Levy, Sophie Turner, Sabrina Carpenter, and Swift's brother, Austin.
Reynolds, sporting his ever-charming demeanor, was spotted mingling with the group, all while keeping a watchful eye on the game. After the thrilling match, the actor took to his Instagram account to extend a playful nod towards Travis Kelce, along with a heartfelt shoutout to his mother. He shared an Instagram post featuring Jason Kelce, Travis's brother, on his IG Story.
The post featured a delightful exchange between the Kelce siblings, with Jason humorously noting, "I also have a superstar in my corner." Reynolds playfully captioned the story with "Donna Kelce FTW," showcasing the affectionate regard he holds for the Kelce family. Additionally, Reynolds shared a light-hearted selfie featuring his pals, Jackman and Levy, affectionately christening it the 'Collection of Foreheads.'
While neither Taylor Swift nor Travis Kelce has officially confirmed their romantic involvement, speculation surrounding their potential relationship has been steadily gaining momentum. Swift's conspicuous presence at Kelce's games, where she passionately cheers for him, has left fans and media outlets abuzz with curiosity.
Ryan's Previous Gestures of Support
This isn't the first time that Ryan Reynolds has publicly acknowledged Swift's romantic endeavors. In May, when Swift briefly dated The 1975 frontman Matty Healy following her breakup with longtime boyfriend Joe Alwyn, Reynolds took to Instagram to express his support. He shared a selfie with a soundtrack of The 1975's hit song, "Chocolate," in the background and humorously captioned it with "Zoom Zoom," alluding to an inside joke.
In 2022, Reynolds also penned a heartfelt tribute to Joe Alwyn for the Time 100 Next List before Swift's separation from him, praising his character and integrity: "I’ve known Joe Alwyn for six years—and that’s long enough to see someone’s heart. Long enough to know whether or not they’re made of good stuff. And Joe Alwyn is made of good stuff."
As rumors continue to swirl about Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce, Ryan Reynolds' unwavering support and playful gestures add a touch of charm to the speculation, leaving fans eagerly awaiting any potential confirmation from the two stars themselves.