The Weeknd has extreme Botox look in Save Your Tears music video

His face was covered in bandages at the 2020 American Music Awards in November.

And The Weeknd revealed they were a setup for his latest creepy aesthetic when the Canadian crooner dropped his Save Your Tears music video on Tuesday.

The 30-year-old Starboy hitmaker appeared in the disturbing video with prosthetics designed to make him look like his face had undergone radical plastic surgery. 

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Payoff: The Weeknd revealed his bandaged face at the 2020 AMAs was a setup for his latest creepy aesthetic when the Canadian crooner dropped his Save Your Tears music video on Tuesday

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Payoff: The Weeknd revealed his bandaged face at the 2020 AMAs was a setup for his latest creepy aesthetic when the Canadian crooner dropped his Save Your Tears music video on Tuesday

The four-minute long video begins with the singer -whose real name is Abel Makkonen Tesfaye- singing onstage for a masked crowd.

A spotlight hits the singer and reveals what appears to be a heavily-botoxed face, complete with surgical scarring around the ears. 

As the video continues, the Uncut Gems actor steps off the stage and strides among the audience, all of whom sit passively behind their elaborate masks.

A new look: The 30-year-old Starboy hitmaker appeared in the disturbing video with prosthetics designed to make him look like his face had undergone radical plastic surgery

A new look: The 30-year-old Starboy hitmaker appeared in the disturbing video with prosthetics designed to make him look like his face had undergone radical plastic surgery

Unmasked: The four-minute long video begins with the singer -whose real name is Abel Makkonen Tesfaye- singing onstage for a masked crowd

Even his keyboardist is wearing a mask for the video

Unmasked: The four-minute long video begins with the singer -whose real name is Abel Makkonen Tesfaye- singing onstage for a masked crowd

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The Weeknd eventually begins interacting with the audience in increasingly disrespectful ways. 

He begins by sipping one audience member's drink, before resting his arm on the man's head.

Later, he stands on a table and sprays champagne right in their faces. 

The entertainer: The Weeknd eventually begins interacting with the audience in increasingly disrespectful ways

The entertainer: The Weeknd eventually begins interacting with the audience in increasingly disrespectful ways

Love interest? Later in the video, a spotlight picks out the one unmasked crowd member: a young woman

Love interest? Later in the video, a spotlight picks out the one unmasked crowd member: a young woman

Disturbing: He leads her up onto the stage, before the video takes an even darker turn

Disturbing: He leads her up onto the stage, before the video takes an even darker turn

Later in the video, a spotlight picks out the one unmasked crowd member: a young woman.

He leads her up onto the stage, before the video takes an even darker turn.

The singer takes out a gun and placing it in her hand, forces her to press the barrel against his forehead. 

Headshot: The singer takes out a gun and placing it in her hand, forces her to press the barrel against his forehead

Headshot: The singer takes out a gun and placing it in her hand, forces her to press the barrel against his forehead

Gotcha: Finally, he holds the gun to his own head, squeezes the trigger, and fires out confetti

Gotcha: Finally, he holds the gun to his own head, squeezes the trigger, and fires out confetti

Eventually the woman screams, and after a fade to black, the artist is holding the gun and waves it around the room.

However no one reacts to his implied threats.

Finally, he holds the gun to his own head, squeezes the trigger, and fires out confetti.  

The Weeknd laughs before the credits roll. 

November: The Weeknd's face was covered in bandages at the 2020 American Music Awards in November

November: The Weeknd's face was covered in bandages at the 2020 American Music Awards in November

Old look: The superstar has previously treated fans to dark and gory music videos with his clips for Blinding Lights, In Your Eyes and Too Late. Seen here in 2015

Old look: The superstar has previously treated fans to dark and gory music videos with his clips for Blinding Lights, In Your Eyes and Too Late. Seen here in 2015

The superstar has previously treated fans to dark and gory music videos with his clips for Blinding Lights, In Your Eyes and Too Late. 

Meanwhile, the After Hours hitmaker recently revealed to the TMRW special edition zine that both the Black Lives Matter movement and COVID-19 will inspire his next album. 

As his planned After Hours tour has been postponed until summer 2021, he said: 'I have been more inspired and creative during the pandemic than I might normally be while on the road. 

'I have been more inspired and creative': The Weeknd recently revealed to the TMRW special edition zine that both the Black Lives Matter movement and COVID-19 will inspire his next album

'I have been more inspired and creative': The Weeknd recently revealed to the TMRW special edition zine that

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