Swift thinks Taylor Swift sent a message to Travis Kelce during her Time tour

Taylor Swift returns to the Times Tour for the first time since reportedly dating Travis Kelce. She kicks off her South American tour on Nov. 9 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the first of three shows, as the Kansas City Chiefs player is currently in his bye week (the football world is temporarily Taking a break), fans thought he might fly out to support Swift.

Despite rampant speculation, Kelce did not attend her first show — but Swift believes she sent a coded message to her rumored beau during the concert.

'Secret song' could be a clue

As usual, Swift had a few surprises in store during her "Secret Song" segment, during which she performed two tracks on guitar and piano that weren't yet on her 45-song track list.

The two secret songs - Red 's hit "The Very First Night" and "Labyrinth" from Midnights - were songs she had never performed live before.

Taylor Swift performs on stage during the "Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour" on November 9, 2023 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Marcelo Endeli/TAS23/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

The second song in particular has Swifties excited. The chorus of "Labyrinth" includes the line, "Oh no, I'm in love again." Although she wrote and released the song more than a year before she dated Kelce, fans believe Swift may have chosen to sing the song as a sign of happiness in her new relationship.

In turn, Swifties shared their joy on X (formerly Twitter). "Travis Kelsey, I adore you for this," one fan wrote alongside a clip of Swift performing "Labyrinth." Another Swift commented: "Oh Travis Kelsey you are such a man." Another said: "What did you do to my daughter Travis Kelce Charmed."

One fan even joked that Kelce "watched a grainy livestream of Taylor singing about falling in love again," with a GIF of him dancing on a football field.

Kelce expressed support elsewhere

Despite the bye week, Kelce has yet to make the trek to Buenos Aires to see Swift on tour. Instead, he supported Chiefs teammate Patrick Mahomes at the fourth annual 15th Anniversary Celebration and Mahomies Foundation Gala in Kansas City on Nov. 9.

Travis Kelce watches an NFL game between the Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs on November 5, 2023 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Ralph Ebbing - firo sportphoto/Getty Images Sport/Getty Images

The foundation shared a video of Kelce attending the event on Instagram, capturing the moment his achievement of becoming the Kansas City Chiefs' all-time leading receiver was recognized. The video is titled "@killatrav in the building." "Thank you all so much for your support."

While he didn't attend Swift's first show in Argentina, there's still a chance he'll be part of the Eras tour. A source tells People that Kelce still plans to travel to Buenos Aires to see Swift perform during her break this weekend.

His brother Jason even joked about the possibility on their podcast , New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce . "Is there anywhere you want to go?" Jason asked.

"My skin is getting really pale, so I have to go somewhere sunny," Travis responded, joking that he might go "somewhere closer to the equator." Needless to say, Swifties are paying close attention.