Breaking News: This is a BIG Shock to NFL Fans! – Travis Kelce in an Emotional Interview announced that he’s taking a long break from NFL this season after landing a HUGE Movie Role in Hollywood which requires him to be present on set amid after his Wednesday’s episode of their New Heights podcast where he admits he’ll ‘do anything’ to get in front of the camera

Emotional Travis Kelce


Travis Kelce is now the highest paid tight end in the NFL, said he’s actively ‘looking’ for movie roles after he was cast in Ryan Murphy’s new FX series, Grotesquerie.



‘I’m looking for movie deals,’ he told his brother Jason on Wednesday’s episode of their New Heights podcast.

‘I’ll do anything in the movie. I’ll be a part of it any way I possibly can.’

The 34-year-old also addressed speculation that he’s appearing in the upcoming sequel to Adam Sandler’s 1996 comedy, Happy Gilmore.

‘Whoa! Is that true?’ Jason asked Travis.

The Chiefs star replied, ‘I didn’t even know there was a job opening for Happy Gilmore 2, but if there is, I’ll be a f***ing extra.’

The athlete, who has been wearing a ‘Happy Gilmore’ hat in public, went on, ‘Anything to just get around Happy Gilmore or an Adam Sandler film or set. Count me in. Obviously been a huge fan of the Sandman.’

Kelce made his acting debut when he hosted Saturday Night Live in March 2023. He also starred in the reality dating series, Catching Kelce, in 2016.

Most recently, he was cast alongside Niecy Nash-Betts in Murphy’s horror series, Grotesquerie.

In a podcast episode last month, Taylor Swift’s boyfriend said he was surprised he hadn’t been ‘fired’ from the show yet.

‘It’s been so much fun,’ Travis told Jason.

‘I feel like a jabroni, I feel like an amateur, but I haven’t gotten fired yet. They haven’t told me to f**king kick rocks after the first week,’ he went on.

‘Everybody’s just been so helpful in making me feel comfortable and giving me the direction I need and the coaching I need to portray this part.

‘I’m just taking it scene-by-scene and making sure I remember my lines … I’m very amater at this.’