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The Weeknd fully explains the face bandages before the Super Bowl halftime show

The Weeknd fully explains the face bandages before the Super Bowl halftime show

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The 30-year-old Canadian singer has made headlines in recent months for Appearing in front of the audience with white bandages covering his face. What it looks like Bruising and scarring They were also visible around his eyes when wearing the bandages.

Fans were puzzled not only by the costume choice but also by him Face adjustments in the music video To hit him “Save your tearsWhich saw a change in his cheekbones, jaw, and others.

Now, before coming Energy Born at Weekend Toronto, Apple McConnen Tesfay has revealed the meaning behind the costume, which has all been revealed as prosthetics.

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“The importance of the entire head bandage is reflected in the absurd culture of Hollywood celebrities and people who manipulate themselves for superficial reasons to please them and verify their health,” he told Variety.

The Weeknd has appeared in a number of events wearing white bandages and artificial scars. (Getty Images)

Furthermore, he said the bandages were part of a story he created for a character to go along with his album “After Hours”.

As he will appear in the events with more bandages and drastic visual changes, the appearance was supposed to “show progress and watch the story of the characters hit high levels of danger and absurdity as his story continues.”

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It’s no secret that in the “Save Your Tears” video, The Weeknd’s character looks a bit strange – even unattractive.

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“I suppose you can understand that being attractive is not important to me but a compelling narration is important to me.” explained.

The Weeknd, who will host the audience at a halftime break during the Super Bowl, explained that the bandages were a commentary on celebrity culture.  (Photo by Axelle / Bauer-Griffin / FilmMagic)

The Weeknd, who will host the audience at a halftime break during the Super Bowl, explained that the bandages were a commentary on celebrity culture. (Photo by Axelle / Bauer-Griffin / FilmMagic)

As for why he sometimes appears in the character and sometimes he does not, the musician had a relatively simple answer.

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“Why not play with the character and the artist and leave those lines blurry and moving?” He said.

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However, it appears that the lines may be blurry to The Weeknd himself, as he has said that he “should ask” the character if he is appearing as a character named during an interview.

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