Donna Kelce has been on top of the world for the past two weeks, watching her two sons at Super Bowl LVII.
Travis and Jason Kelce became the first pair of brothers to play against each other in the big game. They were fed up with the narrative from the start, but still understood the historical significance.
The two even said that the coin toss was «awkward», because their mother showed up on the Jumbotron when they came face to face.
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Donna wore a split jersey representing her two sons at the Super Bowl. After the game, she celebrated with the Kansas City Chiefs tight end while comforting the Philadelphia Eagles center.
The brothers shared a hug after the game, and though Jason said he wasn’t excited at the time. It was when he saw his mother that the tears began to flow.
«For some reason when I saw you, I wasn’t that excited. I was really, really happy for you,» Jason said on the brothers’ «New Heights» podcast. «However, I think I was still caught up in the game, and I just wanted to try not to bring you down. I just wanted to congratulate you and I was really happy for you, but I was still a little caught up in myself. I think I just tried to get as far away from you as possible.» quickly as possible, so you can celebrate with your teammates.
«But the moment I saw mommy was when I got really excited, because man, was she amazing.»
After a long pause to hold back tears, he added: «It was unbelievable. He was on top of the world for a week.»
«She was the heavyweight champion, man,» Travis replied, also teary-eyed and saying he’s been «crying all week.» «She was on top of everything, and she shined the whole time, man. That was the coolest part.»
Jason continued his whirlwind of emotions.
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«It was cool, man, to see her celebrate with us. It was an amazing moment. So happy for her and so happy that she had her moment, Daddy got his. I was ironically… you lose the Super Bowl.» , and you’re crying after the game, and they’re not tears of sadness. They are tears of joy.»
Before they started talking about his mom, Travis reflected on «the funnest year of my life.»
«That’s what it was all about for me, man. Seeing the script, or whatever you want to call it, unfold like it did, and setting a schedule every week to talk about it with you, that was something I could never have gotten up to,» Travis said. Jason agreed that it was the most the brothers had talked to each other for a while.
«I never could have expected it to be this much fun, man, and it really surprised me… This year was definitely the toughest year in terms of getting ready play-by-play and things like that. But, in terms of the kind of season we had as a team, and the kind of season we had, you and me, as a team on this show…it was definitely the best season of my life, man.
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«Going through everything leading up to this moment, leading up to this year and then having the year we had and meeting you at the top of the mountain, bro, it was like we were at the top of it together.»
Travis, the youngest of the brothers, won his second Super Bowl in three tries as the Chiefs defeated the Eagles, 38-35.