The Weeknd appears unrecognizable as he transforms to The Godfather for Halloween


The Weeknd, real-name Abel Tesfaye took to Instagram and showed off his Don Vito Corleone Halloween costume.

With his Halloween costumes, The Weeknd is always a hit.

He was unrecognisable this year as he changed into Don Vito Corleone.

“The Don”He is also known as Mario Puzo. His 1972 movie The Godfather features a fictional character called The Godfather. Marlon Brando plays the role of the mob boss and feared that criminals would threaten his empire.

The 31 year-old Blinding Lights artist took to Instagram to show behind-the-scenes footage.

He donned what looks like prosthetics to alter his facial features. A grey-slicked down wig was worn and the colour of his skin changed to make The Don appear to him.

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The Weeknd, real name Abel Tesfaye, posed in black tuxedo with black bow tie and a red rose in his jacket pocket. It was just like the classic film.

He captioned his post: “The Don is coming …”

As one person stated, fans rushed to praise him for his efforts in the comments. “Bro how do you win Halloween every year?”

Another thought: “OMG WHAT,”While a third was added: “Undefeated.”

The Weeknd was transformed last year into Eddie Murphy’s Sherman Klump character ‘The Nutty Professor’.

He wore a purple suit jacket and cap, green hair, and face-paint in 2019 as The Joker.

He and Bella Hadid, his then-girlfriend, went as Beetlejuice & Lydia Beetz in 2018.

On October 31, he wore a Vito Corleone outfit, and was reportedly spotted with a woman. “mystery woman”According to Daily Mail, this is the case.

After being spotted together on several occasions this year, romance rumors have been fuelled that he and Angelina Jolie are now dating.

Angelina opened up about the musician in an interview she did with E!Daily Pop.

She answered the question: “They’re very excited about this film… If that’s what you’re asking.

‘They’re very excited about this film.’

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