David Letterman seems to be #TeamTaylor.

David Letterman is calling out some NFL fans who have been criticizing Taylor Swift and the media attention surrounding her relationship with Travis Kelce.

The 76-year-old comedian delivered a strong message to Swifts’ critics in a funny video posted to his Instagram on Jan. 28, the day Kelce’s Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC championship game and secured a spot at the upcoming Super Bowl.

“Taylor Swift, I don’t think in the history of show business, in the history of popular culture, we’ve ever witnessed anything like this,” he said in the clip. “Tremendous. She fills stadiums around the world and puts on a three-hour show.”

He explained why fans should celebrate Swift and Kelce’s romance instead of complaining.

“We live in a world now where all we hear is nonsense and ugliness. And the nonsense can’t be more nonsensical and the ugliness – God hopes it can’t get any uglier. But that’s all we hear. And now here’s Taylor Swift, who is a glowing bright light of goodness in the world, and she starts dating (Kelce),” Letterman continued.

The “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction” host slipped in a joke and referred to Kelce as Kelsey Grammer instead. He continued the bit throughout the rest of the conversation as he shared his thoughts about why football fans and Swifties are overdoing it.

“The (Kelce) people say, ‘Oh, no, no, no, don’t bother us. We’re all caught up in football. We don’t want Taylor and football,’’ he added. “And the Taylor Swift people, the Swifties, are saying, ‘Oh, we don’t want a footballer in here with (Kelce).’”

A person off-camera interrupted him to clarify that Swift is dating the Kansas City Chiefs tight end, not the “Frasier” star.

Letterman said, “And I say to both camps, ‘This is such a lovely thing. Shut up!’”

“It’s good for the footballers. It’s good for Taylor Swift. And it’s something positive and happy for the world. And also, politically, Taylor Swift is a huge force. And I think (she) just wants to see people do the right thing. So God bless Taylor Swift and (Kelce),” he concluded.

The former “Late Show” host captioned the video, “Dave is #teamtaylor.”

The “Karma” singer has made multiple appearances at Kelce’s games over the past few months. The broadcast tends to cut to Swift to show her reactions to his touchdowns or other important moments during the games. Announcers like Tony Romo have also joined in and referenced their relationship during the play-by-play.

But, some fans aren’t pleased with the few seconds Swift is highlighted during the games. Beneath Letterman’s post, one Instagram user wrote, “Love her on stage, don’t need to see her after plays at NFL game.”