The Wives & Girlfriends Of Super Bowl LV

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One set of wives and girlfriends will be on the field as the confetti falls, providing them with the ultimate opportunity to get that all important Instagram content after Super Bowl LV. The other set of wives and girlfriends will head home to regroup, figure out where they’re heading for vacation and update Instagram Story with we’ll be back next year messaging.

The Chiefs and Buccaneers wives and girlfriends have made it through a COVID year watching their men come home after all those practices, all those nose swabs, all those highs and lows. It all comes down to one game to decide which set of ladies will get that forever Instagram content.

Good luck, ladies.

Scotty Miller’s wife, Jenna:

Mitchell Schwartz’s wife, Brooke Lynn:


Travis Kelce’s girlfriend Kayla Nicole:

Gronk’s girlfriend Camille Kostek:

Cameron Brate’s wife, Brooke Skelley:

Written by Joe Kinsey

Joe Kinsey is the Senior Director of Content of OutKick and the editor of the Morning Screencaps column that examines a variety of stories taking place in real America.

Kinsey is also the founder of OutKick’s Thursday Night Mowing League, America’s largest virtual mowing league.

Kinsey graduated from University of Toledo.


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  1. I agree with many of the comments. I might be wrong, but these chicks all look fake to me. Selfie chicks are a turn off to me. I would prefer a less attractive professional woman who had some meat on her bones and was confident with her personal appearance.

    • It’s really the difference between wanting some superficial piece of arm candy pumped with plastic…or wanting the real thing which requires fat and muscle. Sure the plastic balloons make them look like bigger rocks…but they aren’t real…they don’t jiggle.

  2. Would not like to be with a woman who needs to pose for sexy photos to be relavent. Most of them are good looking but have to be shallow as hell. By the way, what’s up with Travis Kelce? He dresses, talks, tries to act black. Even has a black girlfriend. Dude, you’re white. Stop being a jerkoff. His brother is such a good, normal guy.

  3. The need for affirmation boggles. Guess it is a chicken-or-the-egg thing. I wonder if, say, such technology existed in the 1970’s if, for example, Marianne Staubach would have been one in these pictures OR even if the technology had existed would there have been more modesty back in the day? Curious minds want to know!

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