Patriots Gronkowski, Light Party Shirtless With LMFAO After Super Bowl Loss

NEW YORK (WFAN) – How would you feel after losing Super Bowl XLVI to the Giants?

Pretty miserable, right? Gisele Bundchen, Tom Brady’s supermodel wife, knows a little something about that.

The mood in the Patriots’ locker room after the game was as expected. Wes Welker held back tears as he fielded questions about his game-changing drop. Brady wasn’t his usual media-friendly self, sulking alone at his locker. Bill Belichick even blew off a postgame interview with NBC.

Rob Gronkowski and Matt Light? They were getting ready to party.

In photographs posted by, Gronkowski and Light appear shirtless, dancing on stage during a postgame performance by LMFAO.

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“Legit party rocking with @lmfao right now,” tweeted Kansas State-bound Glenn Gronkowski, Rob Gronkowski’s younger brother. “Ahhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!”

Their father, Gordie Gronkowski, tweeted: “Unbelievable night on stage w @LMFAO. Anytime all the bros are together its a great time! @Chrisgronkowski @DGronko @ggronko @RobGronkowski.”

Toucher & Rich of The Sports Hub in Boston uploaded two videos to YouTube Tuesday morning. One reportedly shows Light dancing shirtless:

The other is reportedly of Gronkowski, putting his high ankle sprain to the test:

What do you make of the not-so-sorrowful display? Sound off in the comments below…


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  1. BIG ScOOp says:

    Let us all not forget that these guys are still kids!!!!most football players are still in their 20’s. I’m 32 and probably would have done the same thing EXCEPT with a buncha womem!!!!!! Borderline gay All i can say nis Drew Brees (the BEST QB in the nfl) would have at least had the decency to pop on a couple of chics!!!!!!!! WHO DAT

  2. James says:

    Yes and No. He probably couldn’t even feel his ankel after. A ……. , or the game…BUT he could have invited Brady and Welker- Even Gisele though.

  3. Kevin says:

    Bad ankle huh? Hmmm……
    Once again, I loose respect for the Patriots, due to their publicity antics.

  4. Brian Kirkland says:

    Where are the women???

  5. Tracy says:

    There are the second best team in th countyr. They just played in the super bowl the game was over. They should be complimented on picking themselves up and starting again. they should be role models on how to deal with adversity. Who in thieir right mind thinks they should hide there heads in shame. No one died! They just happened to lose a football game that they worked hard to win. I am a Giants fan, but the people who write these news reports are the crazy ones.

    1. Jessica says:

      This is why Americans are hated by so many other countries in the world. Look at the crap we make a big deal of. They lost a FOOTBALL GAME. You’d think that these guys just lost a World War battle and were out partying right after huh?

      I dont get why this is such a big deal, it’s a darn football game..Geeesh. More power to them for going out there and letting loose after being so disappointed.

      1. George A. Trosper, aka GeorgeTSLC says:

        You think the losers of a WWI or WWII battle, if they survived, wouldn’t have hit any available booze and brothels afterwards–assuming they had the energy?

  6. brooklyn4ever says:

    Leave them alone, this is a great way to relieve the stress of LOSING.

  7. sshameless says:

    Here’s another clue. The game only lasts 60 minutes of playing time. The game was over. Dream on, you can’t change the score now. Gronk doesn’t have to play again for months. Much ado over nothing, imo. For Gronk, Lebron or anyone. Try to Let It Go.

  8. Steve G. says:

    Hey Gumptrain, I too would have a problem with someone “demonizing” them (I don’t think this ever occurred), but to say this is not a story is just not paying attention. I’m not a fan of either team, but when my team made the big game and lost recently I had trouble getting through my days and nights for the next week. You constantly go over plays in your head and imagine what ifs. The last thing I wanted to do was to go out dancing. If you were a true fan of your team you too would at least be interested in this because it MAY, not does, but MAY, say something about the heart of these two players and make one question whether each has his in the right place. More importantly, if I were a Patriots fan I would be a bit confused why Gronk’s ankle seemingly kept him from giving his best effort during the game, but had no affect on him when he decided to go dancing. Again, does that say something about his heart? I’m not saying that it does or doesn’t, or that either are terrible people, but to say that it does not make you at least question some things about both individuals is akin to sticking your head in the ground. I believe that the people defending this are just mad that their team lost, and they see this report as “piling on” to that hurt. I get that, and if it was my team I might react the same way. I rather think, however, that I would be more angry at the players for which I root rather than the reporting of the story about them.

    1. sshameless says:

      Ryan hit the nail on the head, Gronkowski and Lebron are two completely different personas. And promote themselves differently for entirely different effect and purpose.. Gronk is not demanding $50 million per year for endorsements, claiming he is the reason, talent, skill, drive and desire that produces the “greatness”.

      Gronkowski is “Yo soy fiesta”. So what. Van Pelt and Rusillo remind me of those two old fart cantakerous whiny muppets in the balcony, complaining “I would never do that !!!” “Get off my lawn, dammit !!!”

      Glad to see that, unlike talk show hosts, there is more to life than a football game for some of these players. 50% of the players that make it to the super bowl lose. It’s not like you have to wear a tampon and make a big show to everyone how sick you are. These are the best after parties of the year. You sit in a dark room crying, I’d go out and enjoy life.

      1. johnny botwinski says:

        they made it to the superbowl. quit hating. the patriots are a phenominal football team, i would take them over every team in the nfl. clearly they know how to win and clearly they know how to lose, by partying your ass off. because in the end they still make more money then you could ever dream of making you punk ass bitch

        1. junior11 says:

          You clearly have never played a competitive sport in your life if you think this is the right way to get over a loss.

          1. George A. Trosper, aka GeorgeTSLC says:

            @junior11 or anybody else who agrees with him: WHY is this a bad, wrong, or evil way to get over a loss in a competitive sport?

            I admit that the only competitions I’ve been in have been much less physical and almost always individual–boardgames, card games, and chess come to mind.

            However, the Parade magazine for this week pointed out that players move from team to team, while many fans are loyal to a team, not to individual players. And I would be really sorry for a player who reacted like fan Steve G., who is typical of the hyper-fans that Parade described in the same article. I’m *glad* if these guys do NOT have trouble getting through their days and nights for the next week, if they can AVOID constantly going over plays in their heads and imagining what ifs.

            And if that IS their problem, and IF dancing shirtless for (among other reasons) people to admire the great athletic bodies they’ve built, IF that helps them lessen the pain–HOORAY! Even better if they’re merely celebrating being reasonably young, unreasonably rich, and more than moderately successful, even if their team did lose one big game. And doing it together w/ a teammate.

  9. Lindsey says:

    I would have much rather seen them rocking on stage with Steven Tyler, but LMFAO? THAT is the biggest surprise (disappointment) of all. lol

  10. Broadway Joe says:

    I think the Giants know better than anyone else how close they came to losing this game on that dropped Welker pass…If he had caught it, they would have run out the clock since the Giants had only 1 time out left. It pays to be very lucky as well as good…and the Giants blew the coverage on that play, too.

  11. Kris says:

    Matt Light?? GRONKOWSKI?? not caring??? #1 TE in football history…. ya , hes just focused on partying… give me a break world.. The media sucks!!Maybe they should of just gone home and sucked on their thumbs in the corner,, Good for them, they should of all partied all nigh long if u ask me!!!

    1. Tom says:

      Who’s the # 1 TE in football history? Funny

      1. kris says:

        It is funny, Gronkowski didn’t break records or anything like that this year, 22yrs old second season,,hhmm

  12. Jessica says:

    Did someone die? Oh! No one died?? Then what’s the the big deal? Party on guys, you may have not won the final battle but you had a great season, made it this far and will be ready for next season. PARTY deserve it!

  13. Nick says:

    I’m a huge patriots fan, and i dont see anything wrong with it. He had a great year and yeah they lost but what else can you do, it is what it is! having a good time after you finish a great season nothing wrong with that.

  14. Carl says:

    I’m a Giant fan but here is what I have to say about Gronkowski’s celebration:

    Success is peace of mind which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best you are capable of becoming.
    John Wooden

  15. tim says:

    didnt know he was gay

  16. Willie says:

    Now you know why they lost. Thinking to much about partying.

    1. Jessica says:

      This comment makes no sense. If they thought too much about partying how the hell did they make it to the Superbow?? If this is their way to relieve some post losing stress, how about we live and let live huh?

      1. Gumptrain says:

        Leave them alone!!! Media does suck!!! Fine, show the video, but to demonize them for going to a PLANNED PARTY and leaving it all behind them, is ludicrous. Good for them, put it behind you, say goodbye to each other and come back kicking ass in the AFC next year (Packers fan, LOL). Screw off to anyone trying to make this a bad thing.

      2. Another Joe says:

        You ask how they made it to the super bowl, the answer is by Baltimore missing an easy Field Goal

        1. Brett says:

          No actually even if Baltimore did make that it would of just tied the game. New England would have won in OT anyways because Baltimore sucks.

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