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Paige Spiranac References Thirst Pictures of Herself with Hilarious Clip of The Weeknd’s Halftime Performance

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Paige Spiranac may not have been a fan of the refs during Super Bowl LV, but the golf pro turned Instagram model did enjoy The Weeknd’s halftime show.

After he kicked off the show with his hit song “Starboy,” he made his way downstairs and entered a maze-like gold room. The Canadian superstar appeared dazed and confused as he tried to make his way out of the room.

And, of course, eagle-eyed fans saw this as the perfect chance to turn the 30-year-old into a meme.

Spiranac joined in on the joke as she shared the clip of him alongside a hilarious tweet referencing her popular Instagram posts. Taking to Twitter, the 27-year-old weighed in on the performance, drawing from the visuals from the singer’s set, which he invested $7 million of his own money into.

In the tweet, Spiranac proves she could laugh at herself and her preference for posting revealing pics, writing, “Me trying to find an ounce of respect I have for myself before I fire off another cleavage pic.”

She shared it again, but this time she wrote, “Me trying to find my golf ball after I snap hook it in the trees.”

Despite rooting for the Kansas City Chiefs, Sprianac admitted that she still enjoyed the show even though her team lost.

“I don’t care what you have to say, I liked the halftime show.”

She watched the game from home while 22,000 fans cheered from the stadium in Tampa, Fla.

Paige Spiranac Asks Followers To Take ‘Gatorade’ Bets Ahead Of Superbowl LV

Before the big game, Spiranac teased her followers with another clip of herself practicing her swing, and of course, she was rocking a low-cut top.

Alongside the video, she added the caption: “The big game is tomorrow. One of my favorite bets is what color Gatorade is going to be poured on the coach at the end. What do you think?”

Following their victory, Bucs’ head coach Bruce Arians, fell victim to the celebration that included the annual Gatorade splash. Before the game, fans could place their bets on what color would win out for the traditional Gatorade shower.

According to DraftKings Sportbook, here were the odds on which color the winning team would use for the Gatorade shower. In the end, it was blue colored Gatorade that drenched the HC.

Orange: +125
Red: +200
Yellow/Green/Lime: +300
Clear/Water: +350
Blue: +700
Purple: +800