Demi Lovato Celebrates 'Sorry Not Sorry' With Boston House Party & Piggyback Ride From Rob Gronkowski

It’s been a good week for Demi Lovato. Not only did the singer share her empowering, unapologetic new single “Sorry Not Sorry,” she celebrated the release with a wild East Coast house party and a piggyback ride from New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.

On Tuesday, Lovato kicked off her Sorry Not Sorry House Party Tour -- which will feature a series of intimate gigs across the country -- with an event just outside Boston. The pop star invited around 200 fans to a local home and got the party started to honor her new music.

To keep the festivities in the hometown flavor of New England, Lovato wore a Patriots jersey and invited Gronkowski, who helped her make a grand entrance with a piggyback ride. Gronk also took to Instagram to share his appreciation for the "Sorry Not Sorry" singer.


Pleaseeeeeeee be a couple! ------ #patsnation #sorrynotsorry #demilovato #gronk

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The party was especially exciting for Lovato's Boston fans, as she performed a brief set for them, including her latest track. Check out footage below:


When @ddlovato shows up & kills it as always -------- #SNSHouseParty

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