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Super Bowl Halftime Show 2021: The Weeknd gives preview, teases something ‘never done before’

He wouldn’t give too much away, but did give fans enough to be intrigued and take some guesses into what an in-stand halftime show could look like.

Fans can likely expect even more surprises when the day actually comes.

The Weeknd was asked if he will incorporate some of the storyline he has been creating for the last year. He said he would definitely be staying linear, but would keep it PG.

He added that he doesn’t “like to spoon feed the audience” so he hopes they will be able to pick up on his storyline.

The Weeknd spoke about his favorite Super Bowl performance, saying he loved Prince, Michael Jackson and Beyonce, but his all-time favorite is Diana Ross.

The Buccaneers and Chiefs are going at it in Super Bowl LV, which means The Weeknd’s Pepsi Halftime Show is also fast approaching. This year’s game will be different from those of years past, as the coronavirus pandemic has caused the NFL to make adjustments to everything from media day to the allotment of tickets and everything in between.

The Weeknd has made changes to the typical halftime show look, too, taking the performance from the field to the stands.

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Live coverage of Super Bowl LV on CBS as Kansas City and Tampa Bay battle for the NFL championship

The hometown Tampa Bay Buccaneers are taking it to the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV with a 21-6 lead entering halftime at Raymond James Stadium. No matchup Sunday night has been bigger or more telling than the quarterback battle between Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes, the reigning Super Bowl MVP, and Tampa Bay’s Tom Brady, who’s looking for his seventh Super Bowl ring.

The elder Brady is off to a red-hot start, completing 16 for 20 passing for 140 yards and three touchdowns through the first 30 minutes. Brady found former Patriots teammate Rob Gronkowski for a pair of wide-open scores, then put KC behind 15 points to end the half after a late strike to Antonio Brown. Mahomes, meanwhile, has done most of his damage on the ground, leading Kansas City with 34 rushing yards while struggling to connect with his deep threats in an erratic 9 of 19 effort through the air. Penalties have been an albatross for the Chiefs, which have already committed eight for 95 yards — many of which extended drives or provided additional scoring opportunities for the Bucs.

Tampa Bay entered as the first team in Super Bowl history to play for the championship at their home stadium, while Kansas City is trying to become the first back-to-back champions in nearly two decades. The Chiefs were a 3-point favorite at kickoff, according to William Hill Sportsbook, but the Bucs are now favored by more than a touchdown as the second half of the Super Ball begins.

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