Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce’s celebratory PDA at Sunday night’s AFC Championship game got even sweeter when fans spotted the pop star’s stunning ‘TNT’ friendship bracelet.
The singer wore a custom diamond friendship bracelet from Wove’s Michelle Wie West collection, with pricing starting at $5,680. The piece could be seen in photos of Swift hugging and kissing Kelce on the field of M&T Bank Stadium following the Kansas City Chiefs’ win against the Baltimore Ravens.
Swift’s yellow gold bracelet shimmered with the letters ‘TNT,’ which fans are guessing is a nickname for Travis and Taylor.
“An up close look at Taylor’s diamond friendship bracelet!” the jeweler posted on Instagram after the Jan. 28 game.
The ‘TNT’ friendship bracelet harkens back to how Travis met Taylor. In July, the Chiefs tight end attended Swift’s Eras Tour stop at Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium.
As Travis recounted on his New Heights podcast, he planned to give Swift a friendship bracelet that had his phone number on it, but he didn’t get the chance to meet her at the show.
Inspired by the lyric “So make the friendship bracelets/ Take the moment and taste it” from Midnights album track “You’re On Your Own, Kid,” Swifties trade homemade jewelry with one another at each tour stop. Kelce was trying to get in on that trend.
“I was disappointed that she doesn’t talk before or after her shows because she has to save her voice for the 44 songs that she sings,” Kelce said on his show, “so I was a little butt-hurt I didn’t get to hand her one of the bracelets I made for her.”
“She doesn’t meet anybody, or at least she didn’t want to meet me, so I took it personal,” he quipped to his co-host, his brother, Jason Kelce.
Yet in September, Swift was spotted at her first Chiefs game (with many more to come).
By October, photos of the pair holding hands and kissing on the cheek surfaced.
In November, Swift swapped the “Karma” lyric “Karma is the guy in the screen coming straight home to me” for “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to me” live at a concert in Buenos Aires, and then ran into Kelce’s arms to kiss him once the show wrapped.
In December, Swift finally spoke about their romance and clarified the timeline of the relationship. “This all started when Travis very adorably put me on blast on his podcast, which I thought was metal as hell … We started hanging out right after that,” she shared for her TIME Person of the Year cover story. “By the time I went to that first game, we were a couple. I think some people think that they saw our first date at that game? We would never be psychotic enough to hard launch a first date.”
Swift resumes her Eras Tour in Tokyo on Feb. 7, while Kelce and the Chiefs are headed to the Super Bowl on Feb. 11.