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Two-year-old swiftie has the most hilarious answer to 'who's your favorite football player?'

When the toddler was asked, 'Who's your favorite football player?', she had the most hilariously innocent response.

Two-year-old swiftie has the most hilarious answer to 'who's your favorite football player?'
Cover Image Source: (L) Getty Images | Photo by Taylor Hill, (R) Instagram | jlowe.homes

Taylor Swift has been becoming increasingly popular with Football fans across the country. A 2-year-old adorable girl, Hattiwe Lowe, is proof of that as she confesses who is her favorite football player. She went viral after her mom caught her hilarious comment on camera. In the video posted on Instagram by mom Jordan Lowe, Hattie, dressed in her cousins' hand-me-down Kansas City Chiefs cheerleader outfit, said she was excited about football.

Image Source: Instagram | jlowe.homes
Image Source: Instagram | @jlowe.homes

"Can you tell me what you like about football?" her mom asked her, to which Hatties politely said, "No, thank you." Her mom pressed, "Who's playing football?" It looks like the toddler began watching the game like many other Swifties after the pop star began dating Travis Kelce. Hattie simply replied, "I... I don't know. I don't know!" Lowe then asks her daughter, "Who's your favorite football player?" She adorably replies, "Ummm...Taylor Swift."

Image Source: Instagram | @jlowe.homes
Image Source: Instagram | @jlowe.homes

The little girl is too young to be a super fan of the singer, but it's clear that she has noticed the pop star more than anyone else on screen. "She's only 2, so it's not like she's like a diehard Taylor Swift fan or a Swiftie or anything like that. But she loves her music and we do listen to her a lot at our house," her mom told TODAY. Both Hattie and her mom love watching football when Swift is on screen. "I'm not a big sports person. I love watching games and hanging out and eating and having a couple of beers, but I wouldn't necessarily consider myself a huge Chiefs fan," Lowe shared.


 
 
 
 
 
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Ever since the "Blank Space" singer and the Kansas City Chiefs' Travis Kelce went public with their romance in October 2023, fans can't stop gushing about the couple. At the end of October, a source told PEOPLE things were getting "more serious" between the pair. "It's quickly turning more serious. They share a strong work ethic and have a huge appreciation for life and their careers, strong family bond and values," the source said. Kelce is also "sweet, goofy and just a blast to be around," added the insider.

Image Source: Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce have dinner at Waverly Inn on October 15, 2023 in New York City. (Getty Images | Photo by Gotham | GC Images)
Image Source: Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce have dinner at Waverly Inn on October 15, 2023, in New York City. (Photo by Gotham/Getty Images)

Even the parents are getting involved now! Travis Kelce's dad recently revealed why he was pleasantly surprised after meeting Swift. Ed Kelce spoke highly of Swift, pointing out her down-to-earth personality. He also spoke about an experience he had with the artist that he can never forget after she attended her fourth Kansas City Chiefs game in October, per PEOPLE.  “We're sitting in the suite, she gets up and in the front room, she gets up to go get a drink or something and she starts picking up empty bottles, cans and plates that are scattered around. Because in the suites, everybody gets stuff and you empty it down wherever you can,” he said about Swift. This act of humility and consideration was unexpected from one of the world's biggest music stars and it left a profound impact on Ed. He also said that she's not only quite intelligent but also very genuine. “She's very smart. I mean, very. That comes through right away,” he added.



 

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