Travis Kelce is a better dancer than Taylor Swift says ‘Dance Moms’ star, Abby Lee Miller”

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift dancing


Abby Lee Miller skewered Taylor Swift’s dancing skills — and went so far as to say Travis Kelce has the better feet. “Taylor Swift is pigeon-toed,” Miller said on her podcast, “Leave it on the Dance Floor,” while talking with model Crystal Hefner, 37. “And her boyfriend is a much better dancer. Let’s leave it at that.”


Abby Lee Miller BLASTS 'Pigeon-Toed' Taylor Swift - Says Travis Kelce Is A 'Much Better Dancer'

The “Dance Moms” star, who has never minced words when it comes to her dancers, doubled down on Kelce’s skills and said, “He’s a great dancer.”

When Hefner asked Miller if there was any way for the “Karma” singer to fix her feet, the reality TV alum said it’s “too late” while acknowledging that it’s probably not her “top priority.”

“I think she does probably think she should have danced as a kid,” the 58-year-old continued. “They had her slumped over that guitar, playing.”

Pigeon toes occur when children’s feet point inward toward each other instead of forward, according to the Cleveland Clinic.

In the caption of her TikTok video, Miller called the Kansas City Chiefs tight end, 34, a “natural.”

“Most football players like to show off!” she wrote. “He’s a showman with swagger at heart!”

While Miller may be dismissive of Swift’s dancing skills, it’s undeniable that the “Lover” singer has been putting in the work for her grueling Eras Tour.

To whip herself into shape, Swift told Time magazine she would sing her entire 44-song Eras Tour setlist on the treadmill while running “fast for fast songs, and a jog or a fast walk for slow songs.”

Following the hours-long cardio sessions, the 34-year-old would then jump right into a specialized strength, conditioning and weights program.

After her revelation, fans tried — and failed — to emulate the “All Too Well” performer’s exercise regimen.

Swift joked that she used to tour “like a frat guy,” which was why she started her routine six months before her first show.

“I knew this tour was harder than anything I’d ever done before by a long shot,” she said.