Jimmy Kimmel details partying with Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce at Paul McCartney’s LA home

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Jimmy Kimmel detailed partying with Taylor Swift and her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, at Paul McCartney’s Los Angeles home.

“We were invited to a dinner that night and then the host of the dinner got invited to that party and said, ‘Why don’t we all go to the party?’ And so we went to the party,” Kimmel, 56, said during an appearance on “The Howard Stern Show” Wednesday alongside his wife, Molly McNearney.

Jimmy Kimmel and his wife, Molly McNearney, detailed partying with Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce at Paul McCartney’s LA home. YouTube/@howardstern
“We were invited to a dinner that night and then the host of the dinner got invited to that party and said, ‘Why don’t we all go to the party?’” Kimmel said on “The Howard Stern Show.” YouTube/@howardstern

The late-night talk show host corrected the radio personality’s claim that Swift had deejayed the event, explaining that the singer simply “had her iPhone, and she kinda tapped into the house system.”

Kimmel — who admitted that he and Swift, 34, spoke during the festivities — made sure to note that “it wasn’t like she was hired to work there.”

Stern, 70, excitedly asked whether the songstress was “there with Travis Kelce, her man.”

“Yes, indeed! Yes, indeed,” Kimmel replied, as McNearney, 46, added, “He’s very good looking.”

Kimmel told Stern that Swift “had her iPhone, and she kinda tapped into the house system.” YouTube/@howardstern
Kimmel — who admitted that he and the singer spoke during the festivities — made sure to note that “it wasn’t like she was hired to work there.” Getty Images

When Stern asked whether there was a “jam session,” the stand-up comedian responded, “No, but people were dancing in the kitchen — including Molly.”

Ringo Starr, Mick Jagger, Bruce Springsteen, Steven Spielberg, Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox were among the estimated “100” guests at the star-studded soirée.

“I think what you do at a party like that is you gravitate toward the people you already know, and you go, ‘Can you believe that this is happening and that we’re here?’ And you kinda leave it at that,” Kimmel explained, confessing that he did “talk to Bruce.”

Stern excitedly asked whether Swift was “there with Travis Kelce, her man.” GC Images
“Yes, indeed! Yes, indeed,” Kimmel replied, as McNearney added, “He’s very good looking.” YouTube/@howardstern

“He’s funny, you know? We had a good chat,” the “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” host teased. “We talked about Elvis, and we talked about — I don’t know — just being in LA. We even had that moment, like, ‘Can you believe this party?’ Even Bruce Springsteen was like, ‘This is some party!’”

McNearney — a co-head writer and executive producer for “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” — noted that she “was in the corner with Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox,” whom she was “so relieved to see.”

“It was one of those parties where I didn’t know how to hold my body,” she shared. “I didn’t know where to look! I didn’t know what to do. It was like one more famous person after another.”