“LeBron James Expresses Interest in Joining Travis and Jason Kelce’s ‘New Heights’ Show; Chiefs Tight End Welcomes the Idea with Honor”

The Kelce brothers’ podcast, ‘New Heights’, has gained enormous popularity, and even Lebron James is interested in being a part of it. The recent buzz surrounding the show is due to Travis Kelce’s relationship with Taylor Swift, making the latest episode the most streamed one yet, according to a press release from Spotify. Although James has his own show on HBO called ‘The Shop,’ he hasn’t made an appearance on the Eagles and Chiefs stars’ show. Taking to X, he expressed his desire to join them and play a part in their fantastic show, wondering if he hasn’t received an invitation because they are the true kings of NE Ohio while he just claims to be. He genuinely admires the Kelce brothers and thinks that their podcast is awesome.

Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce watch the Celtics and Sixers face off in the 2023 NBA playoffs

Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce catch the exciting Celtics versus Sixers match-up during the NBA playoffs of 2023.

LeBron James is gearing up for yet another NBA season with the Lakers - his 21st in the league

LeBron James, who is preparing for his 21st NBA season with the Lakers, received a flattering message from Travis Kelce. The NFL star saw James’ post and expressed his admiration, saying that it would be an honor for James to appear on his show. Both stars share an Ohio connection, as James grew up in Akron while the Kelces lived in Cleveland Heights during their childhood. Meanwhile, Travis has been making headlines recently due to his public relationship with pop star Taylor Swift, who even attended two of his games. To top it off, the NFL has also embraced the romance.

In advance of the release of Taylor Swift’s ‘Eras’ Tour movie, the NFL has requested that TV networks broadcast ads promoting the film.

As per the report of the New York Post, the league reached out to different national TV networks such as NBC, Fox, CBS, and ESPN to showcase promotional material for Taylor Swift’s upcoming movie without any charge. Fortunately, ESPN and NBC agreed to comply with the league’s request by broadcasting the promos for Swift’s film before their respective pregame shows on Sunday and Monday. Additionally, ESPN also played clips related to the movie during their shows ‘Sunday NFL Countdown’ and ‘Monday NFL Countdown’. NBC also aired a free promo during its pregame show, ‘Football Night in America’, which showed Swift attending the Chiefs-Jets game to support her new partner Kelce.

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