Before Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce had his very own dating show

And we know exactly where you can watch it.
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Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know all too well that Taylor Swift’s budding romance with Travis Kelce is all anyone can talk about, and for good reason.

WATCH BELOW: Catching Kelce Teaser Trailer

From showing up to his games to friendship bracelets, the pair have reached new heights in their relationship after stepping out hand in hand in New York – pretty much confirming their romance.

But while Taylor may have put Travis on the map in 2023 (IYKYK!), before he became a bonafide Swiftie, Travis was an NFL star and a very eligible bachelor.

In fact, in 2016 Travis starred in the reality dating competition series Catching Kelce, which saw 50 women from 50 US states vying to win his heart.

But more on that below.

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These two have taken the world by storm. (Credit: Getty)

What is Catching Kelce about?

With shocking eliminations, wild parties, a trip on a private jet, and of course – drama, Catching Kelce gives fans an exciting glimpse into what it’s like to date an NFL superstar.

As mentioned, the series stars the Kansas City Chiefs tight end as he attempts to date 50 women – yes, 50 – all of whom are vying for his heart.

“It was kind of like The Bachelor, except instead of roses, I handed out footballs, and instead of watching, people did not,” Travis said while hosting Saturday Night Live in March.

What streaming service is Catching Kelce on?

If, like the rest of the world, you’re desperate to know more about Taylor’s new beau, you can tune in for the series and see who Travis was before Taylor by streaming Catching Kelce now on Hayu.

Aussie fans of the new Hollywood power couple can also watch Catching Kelce on 7Bravo every Saturday from 9:30 p.m. November 11. If you missed an episode, Catching Kelce will also be available to stream on 7plus. 

Stream Catching Kelce now on Hayu with a 7-day free trial. Subscribe here.


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