Tex Hollywood - October 2, 2023
I may not be a conspiracy theorist, but I do buy into the conspiracies around the Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift romance that I call Travylor, because it all seems so fake and staged.
Not only is Kelce promoting two controversial products, from the Covid Vaccines I doubt he even got, to the Bud Light after being cancelled by their target market and every other multi-million dollar endorsement in between.
Then there's the whole merging of celebrity gossip and the biggest sport in the world, with the biggest NFL team in the NFL, featuring the biggest pop star which for some weird reason is Taylor Swift, a conspiracy in and of itself.
At last night's game, NBC did a whole skit with The Voice for Swifties, to be cutesy in celebrating their ratings, because they knew the star would be there.
She was at the game with Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively and Sophie Turner who was also part of a big celebrity gossip scandal with her Jonas Bro divorce and Hugh Jackman who is also going through a celebrity gossip scandal with his divorce, meaning, this must be Hollywood Trying to get their grip on the mindless people.
The on air sports talent referenced her being in the stadium, playing up the whole thing aggressively, to the point where it seemed fake.
She wore racy outfit, and her celebration of each point or play seemed like bad acting at best, then there's the whole fact that NBC was also running ads for her concert movie, which will be playing in theatres everywhere, for those of you who didn't get to pay 1000s to see her live.
Could Taylor be running an elaborate marketing campaign, where she gets free ads from NBC, or the powers that be? Based on how fake it all feels, how orchestrated, probably.
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