Twisted Sister's Dee Snider Has Feelings About the Weeknd Playing the Super Bowl

American Heavy Metal singer Dee Snider, of the group Twisted Sister, performs onstage at the Poplar Creek Music Theater, Hoffman Estates, Illinois, August 8, 1984. (Photo by Paul Natkin/Getty Images)
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Dee's not gonna take it. Dee Snider, frontman of '80s shock-rockers Twisted Sister, is no stranger to protesting Super Bowl halftime shows. With today's announcement that The Weeknd is slated to perform at the upcoming Super Bowl in 2021, Snider is already warming up his act.

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Granted, this isn't the expletive-filled rant we've come to expect from Snider, but the announcement is still fresh. It shouldn't be long until he's ranting and raving about the lack of rock at the Super Bowl--and how this would have been the perfect year to tap AC/DC, considering they have a stellar new album that comes out tomorrow--in no time. Stay tuned...

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