Every year at Thanksgiving football, people wait for the halftime show, and pop star Bebe Rexha, 33, stepped in for tonight’s Lions Bills game
ARLINGTON, TEXAS: NFL Thanksgiving Football keeps people waiting for the halftime show every year, and pop star Bebe Rexha, 33, stepped in for tonight’s Lions Bills game. Part of her performance required some weird camera action that sent the show spinning in circles. The crowd was seen booing the star after she fell into a dance-based meltdown mid-song, not because they didn’t like her performance, but because they couldn’t actually see her.
The star performed a medley of her hits during the halftime show. Videos appear to show the performance took place in a tiny corner of the stadium as the Detroit Lions and Buffalo Bills retired to their locker rooms for the game break. She performed a rendition of her 2015 David Guetta/Nicki Minaj/Afrojack smasher Hey Mama.
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Rexha sang her signature song “Meant to Be” and ended with the hot “I’m Good” (Blue). The song became one of the biggest hits of Rexha’s career after its release in August. As she finished her performance, the crowd booed again.
After Rexha’s performance, one person wrote on Twitter: “I watched my grandpa throw up on his carpet as he watched Bebe Rexha at halftime as the camera kept spinning.” “Hey, CBS has it with the spinning ones Cameras and flashes cut out at Bebe Rexha’s halftime show. It’s Thanksgiving lunchtime and some people are hungover,” wrote another. “And the vocals are awful…” said one user.
“She seemed hungover with that low energy output,” said one user, while another wrote, “Worst. halftime. Show. “Yep, fans at the game couldn’t see anything. Terrible show,” said one user. “If you watched bebe rexha’s halftime show and are now suffering from dizziness, you may be entitled to compensation,” said one user.
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