Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas have only just kicked off their 42 concert Future Now Tour, but just two concerts in they've already surprised employees of Orlando's Pulse Nightclub with a thoughtful and generous gesture.
The two singers surprised around 30 staff from Pulse, the LGBTQ nightclub where 49 people were killed by a gunman on June 12, with tickets to their concert, along with full VIP treatment which included a private suite and a meet and greet.
Not only did the Orlando leg of the tour include a very touching homage to those involved in the shooting (in which 49 were killed and a further 53 injured), but also to Christina Grimmie, a young singer killed days earlier in a separate incident involving a gun.
This is not the first time Demi Lovato has paid tribute to those killed in Pulse, with the singer also appearing in the Human Rights Campaign tribute, directed by Ryan Murphy. Lovato told the story of Mercedez Marisol Flores, an aspiring party planner who was just 26 when she was killed.
Following the concert both of the stars took to Instagram to give their thanks to the people of Orlando, with Demi writing "I adore you Miami. Thank you. #loveislove ❤ #hondacivictour @futurenowtour." Jonas added "Thank you @andradaymusic for helping DEMI and I are honor the victims of the terrible acts of violence recently. #riseup #hondacivicfuturenowtour."
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