FANS of The Weeknd claim his song Save Your Tears is about ex Selena Gomez.
The song's music video reveals the Rare singer's lookalike amid the 30-year-old's "plastic surgery."
The new song's video, which debuted on January 5, had many fans talking about how the clip's leading lady resembled the 28-year-old actress.
One fan commented below the YouTube clip: "Girl dancing looks like Selena…even sounds like he said her name."
Another person wrote: "Am I the only one hearing ‘Selena’ [in] the background."
A following fan enthusiastically wrote on Twitter: "SAVE YOUR TEARS IS ABOUT SELENA GOMEZ IM SCREAMING OMFGGG."
The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, and Selena dated for 10 months back in 2017.
In addition to the musician's high profile relationship with Selena, The Weeknd also dated model Bella Hadid, 24, from 2015-2016.
After their split and his relationship with Selena, The Weeknd and Bella reconciled as they dated again from 2018-2019.
The speculation that the song is about Selena comes one day after the Blinding Lights singer left his fans "scared" after debuted his freaky face from "plastic surgery" in the music video.
Before sporting the look in the video, The Weeknd showed up in another questionable look as he was covered in bandages at the American Music Awards months ago.
The singer was unmasked in the pop video, where his face had been altered with prosthetics that emulated major plastic surgery.
The Starboy hitmaker's freaky face appeared to have been pumped with fillers in his cheeks and lips, as well as his nose chiseled.
In the music video, a spotlight lit up his face, which was swollen from fake botox injections and made him appear sore around the pretend surgical scarring that mimicked a facelift.
While the strange face was completely fake, fans couldn't help but be shocked and "horrified" by the singer's changed look.
One fan reacted to the video by writing: "WHATTT did The Weeknd do to his face and WHYYYY???? I have too many questions."
A second one begged someone to "explain what happened to The Weeknd’s face!?
She added: "Awful… I thought it was all an act with the bandaids on his face but it looks like he got bad Botox YIKES."
A third questioned if The Weeknd had really undergone surgery and wrote: "Can someone assure me it’s prosthetics on @theweeknd face? I just need to know my baby didn’t do something he can’t undo. Like it’s a gimmick, right? It’s just for show?"
Another fan also took to Twitter and wrote: "#TheWeeknd mv just gave me the shock of my life the heck is that face?"
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