The Weeknd's Super Bowl performance has been turned into a huge meme and we can't get enough...
Fans quickly turned to Twitter to share their hilarious posts.
And they just keep getting better.
Keep scrolling to see some of the best...
Now, if you didn't know, The Weeknd (also known as Abel Tesfaye) is an R&B sensation.The Canadian-born singer-songwriter is one of the leading figures in the music industry.
The star broke into the music scene in 2011 with his mixtape, House of Balloons.
Even in the early days, he managed to work with some pretty high profile artists including Drake and Wiz Khalifa, while still finding his feet within the industry.
His musical success skyrocketed with his 2015 album, Beauty Behind the Madness.
The album brought us the global hit single "Can't Feel My Face," which has drawn in comparison to the likes of Michael Jackson, hit no 1 on the Billboard chart, and went on to rank as the best song of the year.
His follow-up album, Starboy, also enjoyed critical success.
The Weekend showcased a drastic makeover last year.In a rare red carpet appearance, the R&B powerhouse attended the premiere of his feature film debut, Uncut Gems, at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival.
But the star was looking notably different...The "I Feel It Coming" singer made quite a few changes to his signature look, which has hardly changed over the years - opting to trade his usual full-grown beard for a mustache and swapping out his hairdo completely. He still rocked it, of course...
And with an appearance change up...
Always comes new music. And we were right, because he soon dropped After Hours shortly after teasing it on his socials.
However, it seems as though he's going through something currently...
Because his appearance has drastically changed over the past few months.
At the time of the new look's debut, he explained his bizarre outfit choice.Esquire.
"But nothing could stop you from trying to go see that person, because you’re so lonely. I don’t want to ever promote drunk driving, but that’s what the dark undertone is."
But while a lot of us hoped it would just be an "aesthetic" he was using to promote an important social issue, it seemed to have gone on for a surprisingly long time.
Because then we were graced with his new "post-surgery" look in his latest music video "Save Your Tears."
And many weren't on board with it...
Fans were speculating whether or not it was real surgery or if it was just prosthetics...
Here is a wild close-up.
Let's just say we were all left speechless seeing him like this.
But after all the backlash, the singer came out to explain the thought process behind his new face in an interview with Jem Aswad at Variety.
She asks the singer: "What does this mean/symbolizes?" to which he replied: "The significance of the entire head bandages is reflecting on the absurd culture of Hollywood celebrity and people manipulating themselves for superficial reasons to please and be validated."
She then asks: "What can we take from the fact that you seem to be intentionally making your face increasingly unattractive while promoting your biggest album?"
"I suppose you could take that being attractive isn't important to me but a compelling narrative is."
"Sometimes you appear in photos or on TV and videos in character, sometimes not. Why?" She continues.
"Why not play with the character and the artist and let those lines blur and move around?"
So there we have it, he's playing a character in a continuous storyline...
So upon receiving that confirmation, we were so excited to see what he was going to do at the Super Bowl...
Since it was announced that the singer would be playing the half-time show, everyone began speculating what was going to be in store for us.
Leading up to the big night, we already had some spoilers about the anticipated performance.
In an interview, the show's producer, Jesse Collins said this ahead of today's big game: "It's all happening in that stadium, in that moment," Collins told Entertainment Tonight. "We're not bouncing off to another stadium and then cutting in, like some people have had to do (before). We are fortunate enough in this situation that we are able to do a live, live show."
"It's gotta be about entertainment from a truthful perspective. Get away from the massive sets, all the hoopla, the flying this and that. And get to the core of what makes an artist special."
He also added this:
"We started creating this thing back in September, and the message of it really worked out. The world worked out for the message that The Weeknd wants to communicate in this performance… It's definitely a very special show."
Special was definitely correct.
But I don't think he expected fans to react the way they did.
During his rendition of "Can't Feel My Face," things got a little crazy...
And Twitter was the first to pick up on it - birthing an entire meme out of the spectacle. Here are some of the best tweets to come out of it...
Fan reactions were definitely a highlight of the show.
Me looking for my car at the AMC Burbank 16 parking garage: pic.twitter.com/voz8V21gTk— Americana at Brand Memes (@americanamemes) February 8, 2021
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