Travis Kelce is standing up to support girlfriend Taylor Swift!

While attending the pop superstar’s fifth Eras Tour performance in Singapore on Friday night, the Kansas City Chiefs star, 34, was spotted dancing during the concert.

Why Travis Kelce Isn't With Taylor Swift In Singapore For Her Eras Tour  Shows

In video footage posted on X taken from the stands, the tight end smiled and swayed to “Look What You Made Me Do” alongside friends outside a suite.

Later in the concert, Kelce was seen dancing alongside the stage during “Karma,” and smiled appreciatively when Swift, 34, sang the lyric she changed for him: “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs, coming straight home to me.”

Wearing a short-sleeved white shirt and black-and-white printed pants, the NFL star took in the show, which is part of a six-night residency at Singapore’s National Stadium in Kallang.

Travis Kelce rocks out to girlfriend Taylor Swift's hit Look What You Made  Me Do as he watches her perform in Singapore | Daily Mail Online

Kelce’s friend Harry Clark also shared a Boomerang video of himself wearing an Eras Tour wristband on his Instagram Story and posted a video of Swift performing on stage with the caption, “GO TAY TAY.”

For Kelce, the trip to Singapore capped a notable week.

On Monday, his brother Jason announced his retirement from the NFL after 13 seasons in the league.

Travis Kelce Praised for His 'Support' of Taylor Swift as He Grooves at  Eras Tour Singapore

Travis was on hand at the press conference, and could be seen wiping away tears while he cried along with his brother, who frequently paused on the dais when emotion overcame him.

Two days later on the brothers’ New Heights podcast, the siblings recapped the long-rumored announcement of Jason’s retirement — and Travis once again got emotional about the experience.

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“You’ve always been a step ahead of me in this game,” Travis told his brother. “It’s always been like I had that flotation device right there. To have you out of it, man it feels empty. It definitely feels like … it’s complete.”

Left with their memories — which span from childhood games to playing together at the University of Cincinnati to facing off in the NFL, and most notably in Super Bowl LVII — Travis summed up the years with his trademark mixture of humor and intensity.

“It was a fun-ass journey to watch,” he told Jason. “And like I said yesterday, I just appreciate you, man, showing me the way and bringing us all along on the journey, big guy.”

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The brothers also made time for some fun that evening in Cleveland, where they cheered the Cavaliers on to victory against the Boston Celtics on Tuesday, and also got the bobblehead treatment.

The Kelces were the guests of honor at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse, where fans who attended the game received a one-of-a-kind bobblehead featuring the brothers in signature Cleveland jerseys.

The Cavs shared a video of the brothers approving the bobblehead dolls. “I look way better than I was expecting,” Jason said.