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The Weeknd Cries Over Selena Gomez During Emotional Coachella Performance

The Weeknd got emotional during his Coachella Music Festival performance about former love Selena Gomez.

Fans had figured that his last two songs were about his ex and he proved them to be correct.

The 28-year-old crooner real name, Abel Tesfaye, reportedly had tears running down his face during his headlining set.

He performed 'Privilege' from his recently released EP titled My Dear Melancholy which has been speculated to be about 25-year-old Gomez.

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During his performance he 'tears-up' as he sang the words: "Enjoy your privileged life 'cause I'm not gonna hold you through the night. We said our last goodbyes so let's just try to end it with a smile."

While he also could be referring to her kidney transplant as he sang the words: "And I don't wanna hear that you are suffering, you are suffering no more. 'Cause I held you down when you were suffering, you were suffering."

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Earlier in the set, he looked emotional once again while singing 'Call Out My Name' which is also said to be about Gomez.

It contains the lyric that also relates to her condition: "I almost cut a piece of myself for your life/ Guess I was just another pit stop/ Til you made up your mind/ You just wasted my time."

The pair dated for ten months with Gomez eventually receiving a new kidney from her best friend Francia Raisa last summer. previously reported that Gomez was going to quit Hollywood for Australia after splitting with Justin Bieber.

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