Jana Kramer Shares Blunt Opinion of Travis Kelce

Jana Kramer Shares Blunt Opinion of Travis Kelce

Despite what must be an unbelievable amount of peer pressure, Jana Kramer refuses to join the Tayvis bandwagon. The singer spoke with Josie Van Dyke on the most recent edition of her podcast Whine Down, titled “Trash Talk with Josie from The Weekly Trash,” where Travis Kelce was the main topic.


While discussing pop culture, Van Dyke admitted that she’s “obsessed” with the celebrity couple right now, recently having a total fangirl moment when one of her own podcast listeners had dinner with the Chiefs legend and his girlfriend Taylor Swift–even sharing photo evidence with the host–and shutting down anyone who still claims their relationship is purely public relations. “They’re in love,” Van Dyke said. “It’s real…I’m obsessed.”


But Kramer was evidently not convinced, as Van Dyke observed that she was looking at her like a hater. “You think it’s fake?” she asked. “I’m not saying it’s fake,” Kramer hedged, before admitting that Kelce reminds her of her ex-husband Mike Caussin, who also played professionally as a tight end-and allegedly walked away from their marriage with the comment, “You know, I never really loved you.” “…it just feels a little corny, cheesy, like, loving the attention,” she added.


Her feelings have changed since the beginning, as she loved watching Swift run off-stage to jump into his arms after one of her Eras Tour performances, owning up to watching the clip, which she thought was “the cutest thing ever,” “one million times.”


However, Kelce’s viral moment with Coach Andy Reid at the Super Bowl “rubbed [Kramer] the wrong way,” as did certain things she purportedly heard but declined to comment on. Kramer still “default[s] to…want[ing] everybody to be happy” and wishes the best for the two, but between those thoughts and the fact that “he’s always drunk” in whatever video she watches, she isn’t feeling the buzz.


The candid remark came just days after Kelce’s close buddy Patrick Mahomes told fans that the “I’m partying, drinking, whatever” character is just that: a facade. It also stands in stark contrast to many other observers who have dubbed Kelce the “perfect” man or the “greenest flag ever” after witnessing him embrace the media frenzy that has come with dating the “Peace” singer and openly support her on several occasions.