Travis Kelce will not attend Golden Globes with Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift stuns in a silver Balmain gown at Beyoncé’s 'Renaissance' concert film premiere
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Swift will be running the red carpet solo this year.

Taylor Swift is invited to attend the prestigious Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, but her beau Travis Kelce will not be in attendance despite being in Los Angeles at the time of the event.

Sources inform Page Six that the Kansas City Chiefs will be playing against La Chargers on Sunday at SoFi Stadium, with the game airing on CBS before the Globes. Even after the game, Kelce will travel back with his teammates to Kansas City instead of socializing with a star-studded congregation at the after-parties.

The Time Person Of The Year 2023 victor was nominated in the new category Cinematic and Box Office Achievement, for “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour,” which made the musician the first billionaire who earned the title solely through performances in concerts. This is not Swift’s first Golden Globe nomination. She has heralded the title four times earlier most recently last year for her song “Carolina” for the movie “Where the Crawdads Sing,” but never took the cake home.

According to innumerable official statistics and reports, Page Six confirms that her fabled Eras film earned more than $250 million in gross sales, light years ahead of its $ 15 million budget. The film has only $11 million to cover before it snatches the title from Michael Jackson’s 2009 film, “This Is It.”

Even though the mega pop-star missed the 2023 Globes, this year she will be in attendance with all A-list actors, who have returned to the game full-throttle after the SAG AFTRA strikes dwindled upon reaching favorable negotiations towards the end of 2023. The Midnight album singer last graced the Globes carpet in 2020 when she was nominated for her song “Beautiful Ghosts” from the big screen version of the musical “Cats.”

This year, the 1989 album singer will compete against entertainment marvels “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer,” as well as “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,” “John Wick: Chapter 4,” “Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part 1,” “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” and “The Super Mario Bros. Movie”.

CBS has taken in the Globes after sparked controversy made NBC drop the event, the roots of which originated in 2021. This controversy brewed when it was revealed that none of the then-87 members of The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the group that votes for the Globes was black.