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Travis is set to be included on the Christmas album ‘A Philly Special Christmas’ along with Jason and his fellow Eagles linemen Lane Johnson and Jordan Mailata, who first combined for the festive record last year.
And in this year’s edition, the Kelce brothers announced earlier this week that they will be releasing a single from the album, which is titled ‘Fairytale of Philadelphia’.
In a video released on the album’s official Instagram account, a snippet for the song shows puppets of Travis and Jason singing alone in the spotlight.
During the snippet Travis sings ‘You are handsome’ to Jason, who replies: ‘You are pretty.’ Travis then responds, ‘You’re the king of South Philly’ before they expand into the bulk of the song.
The Kelce brothers are set to release a Christmas song before they play against each other
The brothers released a snipped for the song ahead of it being released on Wednesday
Then clip then shows Johnson and Mailata behind the curtain, with the former saying: ‘We’re going to let a Chief steal the show’.
Mailata then replies ‘hell no’ before running off the camera.
Next week’s Monday Night Football matchup between the Chiefs and the Eagles is turning out to be one of the most anticipated games of the season since not only is it a rematch of last season’s Super Bowl but also a possible preview of this year’s battle for the Lombardi Trophy.
Kansas City currently hold the best record in the AFC at 7-2, while Philadelphia holds the best record in the league this season at 8-1.
Both teams are coming off their bye week and entered that week off on the back of hard-earned wins to keep the positive momentum rolling.
The Chiefs’ last game was a 21-14 win in Germany over the high-powered offense of the Miami Dolphins, while the Eagles inched out a 28-23 victory over the NFC East rival Dallas Cowboys.