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The Super Bowl halftime show is always a huge highlight of the NFL's biggest event of the year, and the 55th edition of the match was no exception.
Canadian singer songwriter the Weeknd was the latest headline act to take on the role of performing the crowd in attendance, and millions watching at home, during the break in action.
The 30-year-old performed favourites such as I Can't Feel My Face, Save Your Tears and I Feel It Coming and started off on an elaborate stage with an orchestra playing behind him.
He then took to the pitch surrounded by 100s of dancers dressed the same as him, in red sparkly suits, with his now iconic face dressings, as spectacular fireworks were let off.
I think I'm in the minority here but that was the best halftime since The Who #TheWeeknd- Sam Farley (@FarleyWrites) February 8, 2021
That's gotta be one of the better Super Bowl halftime shows I've seen! #TheWeeknd- Mitch Keller (@mkeller11) February 8, 2021
The Weeknd, as with every other halftime performer, was incredibly not paid for his performance, though the NFL do pay for the incredible production costs for the 15 minute show.
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