The latest chapter of Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce’s love story takes place in Singapore.

The Kansas City Chiefs tight end was in attendance for the fifth night of his pop superstar girlfriend’s Eras Tour run at Singapore National Stadium on Thursday, where she changed the lyrics of “Karma” to shout him out once again — before they shared a kiss following the show.

Taylor Swift can't stop staring at Travis Kelce while singing 'Lover' in  Argentina

Kelce, 34, flew across the globe to see Swift, 34, in concert, and she seemed to express her appreciation by editing the lyrics of Midnights track “Karma,” singing on stage, per fan videos, “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to me.”

After her performance, concertgoers spotted the NFL star standing behind the stage waiting for the Grammy winner, who ran into his arms for a hug and a couple of sweet kisses, per a video shared to social media.

Taylor Swift Changes the Lyrics of 'Karma' to Shout Out Travis Kelce

Fans realized Kelce would be in attendance for the show upon spotting him in the stands with friends at the venue in Kallang, per a photo posted to X (formerly Twitter).

The football player’s friend Harry Clark also shared an Instagram Story video of himself sporting an Eras Tour wristband, and he tagged his location as the National Stadium. He then shared another video during Swift’s concert alongside the caption, “GO TAY TAY.”

Taylor Swift, American Singer-Songwriter

Kelce’s arrival in Singapore comes after he visited Philadelphia for his brother Jason’s emotional press conference to announce his retirement from professional football. He spoke about their family’s upbringing during the event, leading Travis to wipe away tears

Travis’ last visit to the Eras Tour was during the first of Swift’s three shows in Sydney, where he handed out guitar picks and cheered his girlfriend on from the VIP tent. After the show, the pair was spotted sharing a kiss backstage.

Taylor Swift Runs into Travis Kelce's Arms for a Kiss After Changing 'Karma'  Lyrics at Singapore Eras Tour Night 5

During Friday’s Singapore show, Swift performed two mashups in the surprise songs portion of the set: “Sparks Fly” from Speak Now mixed with “Gold Rush” from Evermore as well as “False God” from Lover in tandem with the live debut of “Slut!” from 1989 (Taylor’s Version).