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Bebe Rexha and her tiny stage booed during NFL Thanksgiving Day halftime performance

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Detroit was a little depressed after that Bebe Rexha hits her strangely obscured stage to play a medley of her hits during the halftime show at . NFL‘s annual Thanksgiving matchup.

After the Detroit Lions and Buffalo Bills retreated to the locker room for a mid-game break, Rexha took the stage — judging by the video of the game a fan shared, it took place in a small corner of the stadium — Some of her hits, including her 2015 rendition to power through David Guetta/Nicki Minaj/Afrojack smashes ‘Hey Mama’ in 1999 movie-inspired setup matrix.

When Rexha finished her song and began a dance-based breakdown mid-song, the crowd booed the artist. look her performance.

“Bebe Rexha was getting booed for not even being seen by the crowd during her performance here in Detroit. Lmao,” one Twitter user wrote alongside a video of the event.

Rexha then transitioned to her signature 2017 collaboration with Florida Georgia Line, “Meant to Be,” and closed with her current hit, “I’m Good” (Blue). Dabadi)”

Mandatory Credit: Photo Credit: Carlos Osorio/AP/Shutterstock (13636722cv) Singer Bebe Rexha performs during halftime of an NFL football game between the Detroit Lions and the Buffalo Bills.Detroit Bills Lions Football, Detroit, USA – November 24, 2022

Carlos Osorio/AP/Shutterstock Bebe Rexha performs at Ford Field in Detroit on Thanksgiving Day.

As Rexha wrapped up, the audience at Ford Field exploded again with boos seemingly directed at the 33-year-old singer.

Earlier Thursday, a fan asked Rexha on Twitter if she was nervous about the performance, and she replied, “Yes, yes.”

Her halftime show didn’t land everyone in Michigan, but “I’m Good (Blue)” quickly became one of the biggest hits of Rexha’s career after its release in August. became one. Best of Her Dance/Electronic In addition to being nominated for a Grammy Award for her recording, the song reached her No. 1 in the UK and Australia and reached her No. 7 in the US. 35th place in 2018.

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