Kylie Kelce Reveals Husband Jason's Lesser-Known Talent

The mom of three is shedding some light on her husband's hidden talent.

Jason Kelce is perhaps best known for his football skills, but did you know he's also a musician?

In a recent interview with Glamour, Jason's wife, Kylie Kelce, revealed that the Philadelphia Eagles center, 36, plays the baritone saxophone.

"My husband and I are both advocates for the arts and would enjoy it if they get involved in that as well," the 31-year-old mom of three says, referring to their daughters, Bennett, Elliotte and Wyatt.

"He was a competition jazz band member, so he was a well-rounded guy," she adds. "Not a lot of people know that, but he played the baritone saxophone, so if they want to get into music, art, we will fully encourage that as well. We'll try everything just to see what sticks."

Back in 2018, Jason actually joined the Philadelphia Orchestra for a performance at the Mann Center. According to local news station 6 ABC, Jason performed the Eagles' fight song, "Fly, Eagles Fly," with his baritone sax, and the crowd went wild.

In the same interview with Glamour, Kylie also gave an update on whether she's gotten a cat yet after she jokingly said she would in response to her husband's shirtless antics at the Kansas City Chiefs game against the Buffalo Bills on Jan. 21. 

Last week, she commented under a clip of Jason and Travis Kelce's New Heights podcast, "'I'm not asking for permission, I'm doing this.' - the exact quote I will say when I'm grabbing the keys to go get a cat."

Speaking to Glamour, Kylie confirmed, "I have not gotten a cat yet. But I have had conversations with multiple people who, when the time comes and Jason and I are in agreement—because ultimately, I would never actually get a cat without his approval -- I have a long list of people who are willing to supply us with the feline."

On Wednesday, Jason responded to Kylie's comment on his podcast, saying, "Ky tweeted this or Instagrammed this and immediately, I googled 'how to lose a cat.'"

"Nothing came up. The only thing that came up was like, 'Oh, are you sad you just lost a cat?'" he continued, adding, "Like, no, I need to lose a cat. I'm not worried about losing it. I want to lose it, and I'm surprised that there was nowhere to research good ways to accidentally lose a cat."

Jason said "if a cat does show up" at his house, it "will find its way off our properties in some way."

However, Travis quickly reminded his older brother that he previously said he "appreciated" an outdoor cat.

"I do. I do, but I feel like… knowing Kylie, it’s gonna find its way indoors," Jason said. "If we can set those boundaries -- but I feel like it’s not going to happen. It’s going to find its way in the house."