Detroit Lions fans were not pleased with Bebe Rexha’s performance at the halftime show. The pop star performed at the Detroit Lions and Buffalo Bills game on Thanksgiving day.

The crowd erupted in boos in the middle of her set, but it wasn’t her vocals that upset the fans. According to some attendees, the audience was unable to see the performance at all.

A video from the game shows the singer barely visible on a tiny stage in the corner of the stadium where only blue and white flashing lights are in view of the stands.

Audience members could see the performance on the big screen but, unfortunately, missed out on the live performance.

Fans took to social media to express their confusion and disappointment about the show.

Rexha still sang and danced her heart out, performing her 2015 hit “Hey Mama,” her 2017 song “Meant to Be” and her most recent track “I’m Good (Blue)” which samples the 1998 Eiffel 65 single “Blue (Da Ba Dee).” The crowd booed again at the end of the halftime set.

She tweeted earlier that day that she was anxious about the performance.

Despite the halftime fluke, “I’m Good” is currently sitting at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100.

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