“Everyone knows that I’m tall, so probably some kind of stilts or like some kind of lifts in your shoes,” Mars joked.
“Music is supposed to be free, it’s supposed to be fun, especially for me. I want to have fun doing my job,” he said.
“I was so excited to do SNL and all of the sudden Tom Hanks walks in. Like I wasn’t nervous enough and Tom Hanks walks in!”
Bucking the trends, the singer unleashed the video without any fancy premiere or behind the scenes footage. Mars is only interested in doing things his way this time around.
Mars revelas he’s working with Mark Ronson, Diplo and the Smeezingtons on his new album — and teases his favorite new track.
These three will be rocking the runway on December 4.
The crooner releases his new track “Locked Out of Heaven” and it’s unlike anything we’ve heard from him.
Expect to hear the singer’s new single “Locked Out of Heaven” Monday.
In a new video spoof for Funny or Die, the singer shows off his masculine side.
For his follow-up to 2010’s ‘Doo-Wops & Hooligans,’ Bruno Mars continues to show his love of Motown.