By now, you might have heard The Weeknd had a pretty rough week. The Grammy nominations were announced, but his name was shockingly absent from the list. Yes, you read that right: The guy with a record-breaking album AND the most-streamed song of 2020 didn’t get a single nom!

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Biggest snub in Grammys history, if you ask me.

The 30-year-old even called out the Grammys on Twitter, and it quickly garnered over a million likes:

The Weeknd/ Twitter: @theweeknd

Well, after all that, Chrissy Teigen stepped in and hopefully gave him something to smile about!

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On Sunday, the model posted on Twitter that she was “going bonkers” trying to figure out the name of one of The Weeknd’s jams that played on the radio:

Chrissy Teigen: Twitter: @chrissyteigen

She even listened to just about every one of his songs trying to identify it:

Chrissy Teigen/ Twitter: @chrissyteigen

Then, she revealed it played again on the radio but finished before she could Shazam it:

Chrissy Teigen/ Twitter: @chrissyteigen

Fans quickly replied to Chrissy’s dilemma. Some offered helpful phone hints on how to Shazam faster:

Others urged her to hum the tune:

And some people naturally made jokes:

Well, The Weeknd himself saw Chrissy’s tweets! He asked if it was “Save Your Tears,” a song off the aforementioned incredible album, After Hours:

The Weeknd/ Twitter: @theweeknd

And Chrissy excitedly responded that it was! Hooray:

Chrissy Teigen/ Twitter: @chrissyteigen

The Weeknd replied with a gif of some dancing women with an ’80s vibe, which was the PERFECT response since After Hours was influenced by that era:

The Weeknd/ Twitter: @theweeknd

Fans were super stoked that The Weeknd was able to solve the mystery:

Chrissy even responded to that last tweet by apologizing and saying she “was desperate.” IDK about you, but I would lose my shit if she replied to me personally!!!

What do you think about Chrissy and The Weeknd’s exchange? LMK in the comments below!


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