Home US Rob Gronkowski’s girlfriend Camille Kostek steals the show at Tom Brady’s Patriots Hall of Fame induction as she stuns in a sequin dress on the red carpet.

Rob Gronkowski’s girlfriend Camille Kostek steals the show at Tom Brady’s Patriots Hall of Fame induction as she stuns in a sequin dress on the red carpet.

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Camille Kostek poses for a photo with her boyfriend Rob Gronkowski at Tom Brady's New England Patriots Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

Amid the pomp and celebration of Tom Brady’s enshrinement into the New England Patriots Hall of Fame, one woman stole the show.

Camille Kostek, model and television host, arrived with her longtime boyfriend and former Brady teammate, Rob Gronkowski.

Kostek, a former SI Swim model, dazzled in a brown sequin dress while walking the red carpet at Gillette Stadium for the event.

She is no stranger to Patriots events, as Kostek, a Connecticut native, is a former Patriots cheerleader.

After that, she went on to star in television commercials and appeared on the cover of SI Swim for 2019.

Camille Kostek poses for a photo with her boyfriend Rob Gronkowski at Tom Brady’s New England Patriots Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

Kostek is a model who appeared on the cover of SI Swim Issue in 2019.

Kostek is a model who appeared on the cover of SI Swim Issue in 2019.

Kostek and Gronkowski were one of 60,000 people who traveled to Gillette to honor Brady on a special day.

Brady entered the Hall of Fame before the four years normally required to be recognized as one of the franchise’s all-time greats.

Team owner Robert Kraft announced at a game in September that the grace period would be lifted so Brady could be brought in on “6/12.”

That date is special as it honors the quarterback’s number, 12, and the number of Super Bowl championships he won with New England, six.

Among the celebrities present at the ceremony was Boston comedian Bill Burr, who delivered an opening monologue that kicked off the proceedings.

Prior to Burr, American rapper Jay-Z performed his song ‘Public Service Announcement’, the song Brady used as his introductory anthem during his stay in New England.

NBC Sports commentator Mike Tirico also came out and promised those present that this “wasn’t a roast, it was a toast” to Brady.

Much of that included a roundtable discussion with several Patriots legends such as Ty Law, Devin McCourty, Willie McGinest and Vince Wilfork.

Brady's induction ceremony took place in front of 60,000 people at Gillette Stadium.

Brady’s induction ceremony took place in front of 60,000 people at Gillette Stadium.

Several former players also offered their congratulations, including Ed Reed, Ray Lewis, Michael Strahan, Jason Taylor, Eli Manning, Charles Woodson, Richard Sherman and Patrick Mahomes.

At one point, Brady’s old rival, Peyton Manning, made an appearance on stage where the pair recapped key moments from their controversial on-field duels.

Also present was New Jersey native Jon Bon Jovi, who is a close friend of Kraft and whose music followed the Patriots’ touchdowns for years at Gillette Stadium.

Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy was also there with three of his employees, a reunion of the group known as the ‘Brady Four’ who were arrested during a sit-in at NFL headquarters in 2015 to protest the investigation into the ‘Deflategate’.

It all ended when Brady received a red jacket and the quarterback declared, “I’m a Patriot” to a delighted crowd of more than 60,000.

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