Travis Kelce attempts to hop on mic during Chiefs' visit to White House

Travis Kelce has no chill.

Even a visit to the White House served as the superstar tight end's playground for some good-natured humor.

The Kansas City Chiefs were welcomed by President Joe Biden on Monday to celebrate their Super Bowl 57 victory.

The team gathered behind a podium while Biden delivered an address and head coach Andy Reid spoke. Then, the Commander in Chief stepped aside with Kelce and quarterback Patrick Mahomes for a photo opp with a custom Chiefs jersey featuring Biden's name and the No. 46 — he is the 46th president of the United States.

Kelce, wearing a red suit and black and white Nike Dunks, gave Biden a pat on the back and told him to "stay right there" as he slinked back toward the podium.

"So, I've been waiting for this..." he said, preparing for some sort of statement.

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Mahomes rushed over and pushed his leading receiver back from the microphone.

"Sorry," he said, waving to the crowd as everyone broke out in laughter.

Biden turned around and lifted his hands in jest of the lighthearted moment.

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Kelce has become so well-known for his sense of humor that he hosted "Saturday Night Live" in March. He also helped build the party at the NFL draft in Kansas City by hosting a music festival that weekend.

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