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Did Taylor Swift just add a popular UC cheer to her Eras Tour choreography? Maybe



Taylor Swift Debuted 10 New Looks for the European Leg of the 'Eras' Tour

Taylor Swift has called an audible for her upcoming Eras Tour shows.


Following the release of her 11th album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” the pop superstar added a handful of new songs to her concert setlist (her Thursday show in Paris was her first since the album came out last month). She also created a new tour logo and added new outfits, which have the internet buzzing.

But one change in particular has Cincinnatians shook.

Videos of Swift singing “So High School,” a song seemingly about her relationship with NFL tight end Travis Kelce, have flooded the internet. And one clip appears to show her paying homage to his alma mater: the University of Cincinnati.

In the video, Swift is seen, along with her background dancers, moving her arms in a circular motion before clapping her hands together. A Twitter/X user pointed to a video of Kelce doing a similar move during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals in 2022.

Kelce’s routine was actually “Down the Drive,” a popular UC cheer fans and students do when attending Bearcats sporting events. The school’s football team had just played in the College Football Playoff days earlier, so Kelce was showing his support.

It’s fair to note, Swift didn’t appear to do the entire “Down the Drive” routine. She didn’t spell out “U-C” with her arms or anything. So the singer may have just been doing a cheerleader-like dance, which would fall in line with the high school theme of her song. But it’s fun to imagine her watching the Bearcats with Kelce.

UC’s social media team even reposted the video, along with the words to the famous “Down the Drive” cheer.

Travis Kelce and his brother, Jason, visited UC last month for a live show of their “New Heights” podcast. Bengals stars Joe Burrow and Orlando Brown Jr., and former Bearcats quarterback Desmond Ridder, were also in attendance.


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