Once upon a time in the land of American football, two brothers named Travis and Jason Kelce were just regular old superstars. But then they decided to face each other in last year’s Super Bowl and BAM! They became SUPER superstars.
It was like watching Thor versus Loki but with less Norse mythology and more tight pants. Their family must have been torn, like Sophie’s Choice but without Meryl Streep.
When Travis’ team, the Kansas City Chiefs (not actual chiefs), won the game, he got to host “Saturday Night Live.” This is basically the A-list celebrity version of getting employee of the month at your local grocery store.
In addition to this prestigious honor, a documentary about Jason’s life was released late last year. Because nothing says ‘I’ve made it’ quite like having people watch you eat breakfast on screen.
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The Kelce family fame reached Kardashian levels when Travis started dating Taylor Swift – no longer an A-lister; now he’s an A++ lister! Meanwhile his brother Jason has become a household name as well – which is pretty impressive considering most people can’t even spell ‘center.’
Jase seemed okay with being overshadowed by his bro during their AFC title game against Buffalo Bills where he was seen shirtless (presumably because shirts are for losers) celebrating maniacally in their suite while meeting Taylor Swift for the first time. Casual.
Two of Jason’s teammates, A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith, say he is soaking up the fame like a football sponge.
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“I’m sure he’s enjoying it. I think it’s a fun time, and he’s living it,” Brown told Fox News Digital in what we assume was an exclusive interview while waiting for his laundry to finish at the laundromat.
“If you’ve met Kelce, he’s a fun guy. I think he’s enjoying it,” added Smith with all the enthusiasm of someone who has just been asked about their coworker’s vacation photos for the 10th time that day.
Jase reportedly whispered to his teammates following their loss against Tampa Bay Buccaneers (like actual pirates) in wild-card round that this would be his final game but hasn’t officially announced anything yet – probably because retirement parties are so last season!
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In case you were wondering (and we know you were), Jase has been named Pro Bowler seven times – which sounds impressive until you realize they’re not talking about bowling – and a first-team All-Pro six times. So, yeah, he’s kind of a big deal.
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