Patrick Mahomes Reveals His Surprising Choice For “Life Of The Party” During Chiefs’ Super Bowl 58 Celebration

Patrick Mahomes celebrating Super Bowl 58 win.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – FEBRUARY 11: Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates after defeating the San Francisco 49ers 25-22 during Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium on February 11, 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
Count on Travis Kelce’s older brother to make the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl 58 celebration even sweeter.

Mahomes and the Chiefs walked off the San Francisco 49ers in overtime of Super Bowl 58, with the star quarterback throwing the game-wining TD pass to wide receiver Mecole Hardman. With the win, the Chiefs became the first team to win consecutive Lombardi Trophies since the 2003 and ’04 New England Patriots.


Speaking to Will Reeve of ABC’s “Good Morning America” (h/t Caitlyn Holroyd of theScore), Mahomes revealed that it was Travis’ brother, Jason Kelce of the Philadelphia Eagles, who headlined the team’s Super Bowl 58 celebration party.

“I was there, and I saw Jason, and he was the life of the party,” Mahomes said. “Those Kelce brothers, man, they’re the life of the party wherever they go.”

The proud Kelce family now has four Super Bowl championship rings; three for Travis and one for Jason. The latter won his Super Bowl ring with the Eagles in the 2017 season, but it was Travis and the Chiefs who held off Jason’s bid for a second ring in last year’s big game.

Kelce was the Chiefs’ leading receiver in Super Bowl 58, with nine receptions for 93 yards.

With three Super Bowl victories in five years, the Chiefs have officially cemented themselves as a dynasty. Up next, they’ll try to become the first team in history to win three consecutive Super Bowl titles.