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SEE Unbelievable Transformation Of Singer, The Weeknd’s Face After ‘Surgery’ (Photos below)



Fans of Canadian singer, The Weeknd have been left in shock after the singer unveiled his new look.

It is to be recalled that in August, 2020 the singer whose real name is Abel Makkonen Tesfaye appeared on stage with a bloodied face during the MTV Video Music Awards ceremony.

As if that was not enough, in October, The Weeknd appeared at the American Music Award ceremony in November wearing bandages on his face.

The bandaged face has made lots of fans wonder what had happened to the singers face.

Lots had concluded The Weeknd had done surgery on his face.

Well on January 5, the bandages came off and The Weeknd’s new look was quite a shock to everyone.

His latest look was unveiled in his music video “Save Your Tears”.

In the video, the musician was spotted wearing the same red suit jacket worn at his last two public appearances.

But his face was what caught the attention of fans.

Since the video dropped, lots of fans took to social media to air their thoughts on The Weeknd’s new look.

Some compared him to a cartoon character, Squidward from Spongebob Squarepants, while others prayed the change on his face can be reversed.

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One user wrote: “Me praying the weeknd’s surgery is reversible.”

See some online reactions below:

Well, fans can rest easy as the new look was just for his music video.

According to reports, The Weeknd’s new face is the work of Prosthetic Renaissance, who took credit for the ‘weird plastic surgery make up’ on Instagram.

The studio also shared photos of the moulds and sculptures that were used to create the look.

See photos below:

What do you think of The Weeknd’s new look?

Watch the music video below

Meanwhile, The Weeknd made headlines recently after he accused the Grammys of being corrupt.

The Weeknd who didn’t receive any nods in the Big Four or genre categories despite the commercial and industry acclaim of his recent album, After Hours and its singles “Blinding Lights” and “Heartless,” among others.

The star took to social media a few hours after the list was revealed to accuse the Recording Academy of being corrupt.

He wrote, “The Grammys remain corrupt. You owe me, my fans and the industry transparency…”