The Weeknd’s Super Bowl halftime show is just a few days away, and now we’re starting to get a better idea of what the performance will be. Here’s a new tidbit: Despite the epidemic presenting possibly more challenges from the production side of things, the show will still be performed entirely live.
The show’s producer, Jessie Collins, spoke with Entertainment Tonight, Saying, “All of that is happening in the stadium, at that moment. We are not going to the other stadium and then some people have had to. We are quite fortunate in this situation to be able to do a live, live show Are able. It should be about entertainment from a true standpoint. Massive sets, all hoopla, get away from this and that flight, and make an artist special. “
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He It also said, “I think a lot of things are happening on the show that people don’t expect. It’s just going to be fun. It’s complete. We started making this thing back in September, and its message It really worked. The world worked for the message that The Weeknd wants to communicate in this performance … it’s definitely a very special show. “
Regarding the show, The Weeknd recently stated, “We’re really focused on dialing in at home fans and showcasing a cinematic experience, and we want to do that with the Super Bowl.”