'She seemed hungover': Bebe Rexha's halftime show for Bills-Lions game leaves viewers complaining of vertigo
ARLINGTON, TEXAS: NFL Thanksgiving football each year has people waiting for the halftime show, and for Lions v Bills game on Thursday, November 24, pop star Bebe Rexha, 33, stepped in. Part of her performance called for some strange camera action that spun the broadcast around in circles. The crowd was seen booing the star after she launched into a dance-based breakdown in the middle of the song, not because they disliked her performance, but because they could not actually see her.
The star performed a medley of her hits during the halftime show. Videos seem to show that the performance occurred in a tiny corner of the stadium as the Detroit Lions and the Buffalo Bills retreated to their locker rooms for the mid-game break. She performed a rendition of her 2015 David Guetta/Nicki Minaj/Afrojack smash 'Hey Mama', among other songs.
Rexha sang her signature song, 'Meant to Be', and finished with the hot 'I'm Good' (Blue). The song became one of the biggest hits of Rexha's career after it was released in August. As she finished her performance, the crowd booed yet again.
Bebe Rexha was getting boo’d here in Detroit for not even being visible from the crowd during her performance. Lmao. pic.twitter.com/kKKlmzYhwR— NoShaveDave (@NoShaveDaveee) November 24, 2022
NFL: we need this to be an amazing halftime show, we got you Bebe Rexha.— Weapons 4 Weight Loss (@Weapons4WL) November 24, 2022
Lions: yes very good, put her in the corner of the main atrium so no one can see her. pic.twitter.com/kiiQAL3GwJ
Following Rexha's performance, one person wrote on Twitter, "Watched my grandpa throw up on his rug watching Bebe Rexha at halftime bc the camera kept spinning around." "Hey CBS cut it out with the spinning cameras and strobe lights on the Bebe Rexha halftime show. It's noon on Thanksgiving and some people are hungover," wrote another. "And the singing is awful…," one user said.
Watched my grandpa throw up on his rug watching Bebe Rexha at halftime bc the camera kept spinning around— sandwich fan (@ma10productions) November 24, 2022
Hey CBS cut it out with the spinning cameras and strobe lights on the Bebe Rexha halftime show. It's noon on Thanksgiving and some people are hungover.— _ (@BurlRolett) November 24, 2022
And the singing is awful…— Jesse (@purpleblood61) November 24, 2022
"She seemed hungover with that low energy performance," one user said, while another wrote, "Worst. Halftime. Show. Ever. I was there and it looked prerecorded- Detroit needs new defence coaching and a marketing team." "Yep, fans at the game couldn't see anything. Terrible show," one user said. "If you watched the bebe rexha halftime show and now suffer from vertigo, you may be entitled to compensation," said one user.
She seemed hungover with that low energy performance— BSW (@buckscoutwillie) November 24, 2022
Worst. Halftime. Show. Ever. I was there and it looked prerecorded- Detroit needs new defence coaching and a marketing team.— Cara (@CaraOAg13) November 24, 2022
Yep, fans at the game couldn't see anything. Terrible show— Jim Harbourne (@HarbourneJim) November 25, 2022
If you watched the bebe rexha halftime show and now suffer from vertigo, you may be entitled to compensation— paulie (@paulkendrickfey) November 24, 2022
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