Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott revealed who he listens to before he steps on the field, and that’s not the case Taylor Swift.
“Sorry, America!” Prescott, 30, said during an interview with Fox Sports’ Erin Andrews on Sunday, October 29th.
Andrews, 45, asked the NFL player if he streamed Swift’s 1989 in his headphones, to which he replied that it wasn’t. But Prescott sounds like “a little bit of everything,” he said.
“I just had a little ‘Gimme One More Reason,'” he said, meaning Tracy Chapmanis the song. “Yeah, I mean, I have everything, Adele To Lil Wayne.”
The question comes amid the NFL’s extensive coverage of Swift, who was seen in the stands four times cheering on the Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. The couple’s newfound romance could be thanks in large part to Andrews, who is taking the “credit” alongside her “Calm Down” podcast co-host Charissa Thompsonfor setting up the two.
“Travis was very open about not getting to know her,” Andrews explained on an episode of “ Late Night with Seth Meyers. “And so we were just really open because we love him. We are good friends of his. And we just said, ‘Taylor, go out with this guy.'”
Despite the newness of the relationship, Andrews jokingly said she wanted to be a part of Swift and Kelce’s potential big milestones.
“Of course all the credit goes to us now… We’re hoping to officiate the wedding,” she quipped. “We hope to be there when he proposes all of this.”
Swift, 33, was not present at Kelce’s game on Sunday. A source told exclusively Us weekly Earlier this month, he revealed that the “Cruel Summer” singer had no intention of attending every one of his games.
“Taylor doesn’t want to distract Travis,” the insider said Us. “She knows it’s not easy when she shows up to his games. It’s a spectacle. She wants to support him and create balance, but at the same time not distract the team.”
Even without Swift in the stands, commentators Sunday discussed how Kelce’s performance had improved while the Grammy winner looked on. Since Swift attended the Chiefs game for the first time last month, the team has been on a winning streak.
“How could I not know?” Kelce, 34, joked on the “New Heights” podcast as his brother Jason Kelceasked if he knew what impact Swift had on him and the Chiefs.