The halftime show for the Detroit Lions-Buffalo Bills Week 12 Thanksgiving game on Thursday had a strange setup that left the fans unhappy.
Bebe Rexha and David Guetta performed at Ford Field during halftime of the Thanksgiving Day game today. But there was one noticeable problem for the fans at the stadium…
For some reason, the league didn’t actually have Rexha or Guetta perform on the field. Instead, they performed at a stage on a concourse inside the stadium. As you can see in videos and pictures, fans could only see the halftime show performance on a videoboard.
And the strange setup led to a ton of boos from the fans that packed the stadium.
Jonas Brothers will be performing the halftime show in the Dallas Cowboys-New York Giants late afternoon game at AT&T Stadium. Fans in attendance for the Minnesota Vikings-New England Patriots evening game at U.S. Bank Stadium will get to see Tyler Hubbard perform during the halftime show.
Let’s just say that the NFL would be wise to keep all future Thanksgiving halftime show performances on the field going forward. Could you imagine if they ran a Super Bowl halftime show like this?
The Lions entered this game having lost each of their last five Thanksgiving games. Their last win on Thanksgiving came against the NFC North rival Vikings in 2016. For the Bills, this marked their third Thanksgiving game appearance in four years, as they visited the Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints in 2019 and 2021, respectively.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.