What Happened During Bebe Rexha Performance at Thanksgiving Game Halftime?

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Nothing compares to a Thanksgiving Day concert. It is almost always an alluring event, especially when there is football involved, because of the atmosphere, the colors, and the enthusiasm.

Another Thanksgiving Day spectacular is being hosted by the Lions, this time against the explosive Bills. If that isn’t enough to motivate you to get up from your seat, the halftime show should.

Bebe Rexha, a Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter, was invited by Detroit to perform in front of a sold-out crowd and demonstrate her singing prowess.

Rexha, whose music has received more than three billion streams, will perform live with EDM legend David Guetta. This collision of musical genres should make for a fun combination.

Here is everything you need to know about Rexha, a gifted singer who has never deviated significantly from her influences throughout her career.

 Bebe Rexha’s halftime show at the NFL’s annual Thanksgiving Day game was a little sad for Detroit after she performed a medley of her hits on a stage that was strangely blocked.

After the halftime break, when the Detroit Lions and Buffalo Bills went to their locker rooms, Bebe Rexha took the stage, which, according to a fan-shared video from the game, was in a tiny corner of the stadium. She sang several of her hit songs, including “Hey Mama,” which was a big hit for David Guetta, Nicki Minaj, and Afrojack in 2015.

When Rexha finished singing and started dancing in the middle of the song, the crowd could be heard booing. But it didn’t seem to be because they didn’t like how she did, but because they couldn’t see how she did.

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“Bebe Rexha was booed here in Detroit because she couldn’t even be seen from the crowd while she was performing. Lmao, “One Twitter user wrote about the event along with a video of it.

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