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Taylor Swift Harvard Course Will Cover Kelce Relationship, Professor Says

TMZ.com Tuesday, 28 November 2023
There's a new Harvard course covering all things Taylor Swift -- and yes, that means her relationships, including her Mr. Right Now, Travis Kelce ... so says the professor who's teaching the class. One of Harvard's English professors, Stephanie…
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Taylor Swift is set to stay at Travis Kelce's residence in Kansas City after completing her South American leg of The Eras Tour.

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