The Weeknd delivered an epic once-in-a-lifetime performance at the Super Bowl.
Seems that the Super Bowl halftime show was meant to be a highly anticipated interval the moment The Weeknd entered the stadium with style and epic performance as he sang several classic medleys from his most famous hits as he brings his After Hours era in the Super Bowl LV on Sunday, February 7, 2021.
The 30-year-old singer greeted spectators with rocking style; from the bedazzled red jacket, matching gloves and black pants—his signature style as he performs his greatest hits starting with the very emotional track “Call Out My Name” where a choir dressed in white robes sang along.
He also performed “Starboy” and “The Hills, where background lights emphasized some words in the lyrics. In the following performance of another of hits, the multi-awarded artist was joined by a group of dancers wearing the After Hours era headwear.
The so-called bandaged clones joined him as he performed hits like “I Can’t Feel My Face” followed by another of his biggest songs “I Feel It Coming,” “Save Your Tears” and “Call Out My Name.” The same bandaged clones joined him in his last song performance in the field, “Blinding Lights”, which also closed out the show, leaving spectators sand celebrities a very epic experience.
According to the 30-year-old singer, they have been planning hard on giving people and fans at home a great cinematic experience and thought that the Super Bowl was the perfect place to pull the said act. He also added and mentioned that he $7 million of his own money unto the halftime show. He also invested creative inspiration and crafting unto the event.
Due to the pandemic, a stage was built inside within the stadium and it was mentioned that the Canadian singer wants to utilize the COVID-19 capacity limitation to his advantage during the performance of his halftime show where he was working out and communicating a message for everyone to see.- Advertisement -
Everything has been long-planned starting September and from how it looks like, the singer did communicate his message well while giving the audience a bit more than 13 minutes to enjoy the spectacle.
As reported earlier, Miley Cyrus got emotional during pre-Super Bowl Performance.