Demi Lovato Fans Throw Bras At The Singer During Neon Lights Tour

Demi Lovato fans aren’t above showing their favorite singer just how much they love her performances.

Some people are content to give Lovato flowers or perhaps send her a nice message on Twitter after a concert. However, others aren’t above throwing items on-stage while Demi’s busy doing her thing. According to USA Today, the stuff these folks toss at the singer might actually surprise you.

Reports suggest that Demi Lovato is occasionally pelted with bras and underwear while belting out her hits on the Neon Lights Tour. While this behavior might sound a little odd given her mostly teenage fanbase, apparently it’s a real thing that happens from time to time.

The folks over at MTV point out that Lovato tends to get a very male-oriented response from her largely female audience. Not only did they toss bras and trucker hats on-stage during a recent show at Nassau Coliseum on Tuesday night, they also went crazy when she channeled Shakira for a few hip-gyrating dance moves.

If Demi Lovato doesn’t enjoy fans tossing underwear at her during shows, then she isn’t saying complaining on social media. In fact, the singer goes out of her way to make sure her supporters are the happiest group of folks on the planet. This means she’ll even take the stage when she isn’t feeling up to speed.

The last thing I would EVER want to do is cancel a show, with that being said I’m super sick tonight so it may not be my best show BUT I’m

— demetria lovato (@ddlovato) March 12, 2014

SO excited to perform for you guys but I may need you to sing most of the show for me!!! Hahaha

— demetria lovato (@ddlovato) March 12, 2014

I love you guys so much!!!! Thank you Long Island for an incredible night.. Soooo fun even when I’m sick!!! #NEONLIGHTSTOUR

— demetria lovato (@ddlovato) March 12, 2014

Judging from reviews and write-ups online, Demi Lovato continues to deliver quality shows that her fans seemingly love from start to finish. Even if you’re not a huge fan of her music, chances are you’ll get wrapped up in the experience by the time she wraps up her set.

Newsday writer Glenn Gamboa explained:

“It’s Lovato’s personality and history that set her apart. As strong as her voice is, it’s magnified by her fans who sing every word with her. The massive chorus counters the dance-pop thump used in anthems like ‘Really Don’t Care’ and ‘Made in the USA,’ where she let the crowd take the highest notes.”

Are you surprised that Demi Lovato fans throw bras on-stage during her concerts?

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