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LAS VEGAS – Rob Gronkowski, his family and his supermodel girlfriend Camille Kostek brought Gronk Beach to the Encore Beach Club at Wynn Las Vegas on Friday afternoon.
The NFL superstar danced on stage as DJs spun hits, and fans packed the beach club for a glimpse of the four-time Super Bowl champion and his famous family.
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Amid the party, Gronkowski led “USA” chants and signed gear for the military veterans in attendance.
“Thank you for coming and showing us some love here at Encore Beach Club,” Gronkowski said before thanking the military.
With Pit Vipers covering his eyes, Gronkowski then tossed autographed footballs into the cheering crowd.
It wouldn’t have been a party without the presence of the Gronkowski family.
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Gordon Gronkowski, affectionately known as “Daddy Gronk”, wore a classic Hawaiian shirt with what appeared to be the image of a DeLorean. He also sported Pit Vipers over his eyes. He told Fox News Digital that the Gronk Beach party was one of a kind.
“If you’ve never been there, you’re missing out. It really is a hell of a time,” he said.
Chris Gronkowski was also present for the party. He wore a Gronk Nation Youth Foundation tank top while holding an Ice Shaker cutout.
He told Fox News Digital that the party was already off the channel before 1 p.m. local time.
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“They’ve never seen anything like this before. It’s going to be crazy. The vibe is already exploding,” he said. “I’m excited for this one.”
Chris Gronkowski said he hadn’t been to Vegas in a while but was glad to be back.
“You won’t see anything like it anywhere else,” he told Fox News Digital.
Rob Gronkowski’s future is still very uncertain. He told TMZ Sports in a recent interview that he still hasn’t decided if he will return to play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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He played in 12 games in 2021 and caught 55 passes for 802 yards and six touchdowns.