Who did The Weeknd wink at during his Super Bowl LV 2021 performance? Fans say it will ‘make your p***y throb’

The singer opened the show with ‘Starboy’ and wrapped it up with ‘Blinding Lights’


                            Who did The Weeknd wink at during his Super Bowl LV 2021 performance? Fans say it will ‘make your p***y throb’
The Weeknd was seen winking during Super Bowl LV 2021 Halftime performance (CBS)

Fans were eager to watch The Weeknd’s Super Bowl LV Halftime performance since its announcement weeks ago. The award-winning crooner took to the big stage of this year’s biggest sporting event on February 7, Sunday, where he performed his medley of hits backed by choir, violinists and masked backup dancers.

The 30-year-old singer-songwriter donned a red suit for the big day. Yes, the same one which he has been wearing at all his performances since last year. The Weeknd decided to open the show with his hit single ‘Starboy’ and culminated the concert by taking over the field along with a large group of bandaged dancers on the song ‘Blinding Lights’ with an accompanying choreography. Interestingly, the pop star, whose real name Abel Tesfaye, was soon trending on the Internet when he winked during his performance and got everyone talking about it.

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The Weeknd at Super Bowl LV Halftime (CBS)

What is ‘Abel’s wink’ everybody is talking about?

Hashtag #Abewink’ started trending on Twitter as soon as the performance got over. A majority of social media users rushed to the micro-blogging site and spoke about how the crooner winked which came as a surprise to everyone.

A fan stated, “abel was cute asl with those winks.” Another said, “i need the video of abel when he was super up close singing and did a lil wink bc i died a lil.” The next fan shared, “I can’t get over Abel’s wink. Like I felt that shit in my soul. #PepsiHalftime”



 

 

A Twitter user posted, “nah but for real where is this WINK?!?!? im desperate...finna listen to Abel for the rest of the night with my headphones in for an intimate experience LMFAOOO” Another added, “ABEL DID SO GOOD IM REWATCHING THE HALFTIME SHOW AGAIN JUST TO FEEL BUTTERFLIES FROM THAT WINK AND PERFORMANCE IN GENERAL.” One said, “WHERE IS THIS F**KING WINK EVERYONE TALKING ABOUT THAT ABEL DID!?!!?!? PLEASE I NEED TO SEE IT.”

Another user said, “Whoever marries me will have to come to terms with the fact that if Abel Tesfaye ever winks at me the way he did at that camera, I’m folding like a mf lawn chair.” One even went on to say, “That wink will make your p***y throb.”

The Weeknd and dancers at Super Bowl LV Halftime (CBS)

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WATCH: The Weeknd's iconic wink

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Where to watch Super Bowl LV 2021?

This the third time a Super Bowl event is set to take place at The Raymond James Stadium and the fifth time overall in Tampa. The stadium can hold 65,000 people and interestingly, the number can also be expanded to 75,000 spectators. Due to Covid-19 protocols, it is being reported that the stadium will only allow 20% of the seating capacity. 

Fans were excited to watch The Weeknd at Super Bowl LV Halftime (CBS)

 

The 2021 edition of the Super Bowl is up for broadcast on CBS. The viewers can also watch the game between Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the halftime performance on the CBS All Access app. It was first NBC who was originally scheduled to broadcast the 2021 game and CBS had the 2022 Super Bowl, however, the two networks decided to swap years in order for NBC to have both the Super Bowl and Winter Olympics in 2022.

The 2021 Super Bowl aired on Sunday, February 7 kicked off at 6.30 pm ET. The halftime show began at around 8 pm ET, approximately 90 minutes after kickoff.

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