WATCH: Rob Gronkowski Shows Off Hilariously Bad Dance Moves in Post-NFC Championship Celebration

by Quentin Blount
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It was party time for Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski after his team beat the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship Game.

Gronkowski was caught on camera getting loose in the locker room following his team’s victory. Gronk was still in his pads and victory t-shirt before his team hits the podium to speak with reporters.

Now we’ve seen bad dancers before. And we have also seen some dancers that are decent but could use a little work. However, Rob Gronkowski may not fit into either of those categories.

He belongs in a category all to himself. That category is “this person should never bust a move again” Because, frankly, his moves are hilariously bad.

We are not dance experts here by any means but there’s no doubt that Gronk’s moves were laughable. Rob Gronkowski has been known to show off his moves after big-time wins in the past and they are almost always just as hilariously bad. The official SportsCenter Twitter account got hold of the footage in the Bucs locker room post-game. They posted it for their 37.3 million followers to see.

Check out his moves for yourself:

“Gronk is living it up in the Bucs locker room 😂,” SportsCenter wrote on Twitter.

It’s not clear who taught him how to dance like this but it is clear that they should never teach anyone else how to dance. Let’s hope he doesn’t bust that same move out if the Bucs win the Super Bowl in a couple of weeks. He just might send someone to the ER swinging his arms like that.

We don’t know just yet who all is going to be on the next season of Dancing With The Stars. But there’s about a 99-percent chance that it won’t be the Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end.

Rob Gronkowski Buccaneers Heading to the Super Bowl

Rob Gronkowski and his Buccaneer teammates are heading back to the Super Bowl. This time, however, Gronk won’t have to travel very far to get there.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Green Bay Packers 31-26 Sunday afternoon to win the NFC Championship. Gronk had just one reception Sunday — a 29-yard gain that helped set up a field goal, giving Tampa a 31-23 lead with just over 4 minutes left in the fourth quarter.

With the win, they became the first team in NFL history to clinch a home Super Bowl. Super Bowl LV is being played at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay.

Rob Gronkowski and his partner in crime, quarterback Tom Brady, will attempt to win their fourth Vince Lombardi Trophy together. Their first three wins together came as members of the New England Patriots.

Tampa Bay will face the winner of the AFC Championship game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills.

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