The news cycle now is such that little things that would’ve been slightly bigger things are buried while larger, more terrifying things dominate. I’m not necessarily saying that this Bruno Mars appearance on Charlie Rose from Monday would’ve made a larger blip, but given everything else that happened, maybe it would…
Amid another historically terrible weekend, Bruno Mars is here with a badly-needed gesture of kindness, announcing during his Saturday night show in suburban Michigan that he’d be donating $1 million to the Flint water crisis.
This is a simple video (for the song “That’s What I Like”) that features Bruno Mars, a man who enjoys the simple things in life, dancing in a room with some fun, cool illustrations around him while he sings about what he likes. That’s it. You are hereby ordered to be happy.
When Madonna was in the car with James Corden she tried to shock us all by announcing she made out with Michael Jackson once, and Corden, at least, seemed surprised. Bruno Mars gives away almost no personal details in his Carpool Karaoke segment, but he’s far more delightful to watch.
The first single and video from Bruno Mars’ upcoming album, 24K Magic, was meant to make us irrationally joyous. But his new single slows the vibes with low-light, ’80s/’90s Quiet Storm radio, matching silk pajamas, bass-in-your-voice mood music and it’s pretty chill.
Take a little time today to enjoy the view and, also, the gaudy outfits in this Bruno Mars video, “24K.”
The late ’70s girl group The Sequence is reportedly accusing Bruno Mars of sonically jacking one of their songs for his ridiculously popular hit “Uptown Funk.”
Fresh off Lady Gaga’s Golden Globe win for her portrayal as a wacky ingenue lookin’ for love in American Horror Story: Hotel, she will now embark on her biggest role yet: the lucky fool who gets to belt out the “Star Spangled Banner” to a stadium full of beer-addled football fans who are acting out their battle for…
Jay Z’s tennis partner Chris Martin deliberately let it slip that Bruno Mars will be joining Coldplay during their Super Bowl halftime performance on Sunday.
This high school in Texas is an actual real life High School Music, minus Zac Efron.
During the Kennedy Center Honors ceremony last night, First Lady Michelle Obama got down.
In today's Tweet Beat, Judd Apatow is letting his feelings about Bill Cosby be known, Ciara has an epiphany and Bruno Mars shakes his fist at kids these days.
Guys, Bruno Mars performed "Uptown Funk" in gold rollers on The Voice, looking like some funkadelic, Purple Rain version of my auntie crossed with Morris Day. I loved it and you probably will too. Don't deny yourself some early morning funk, because "Uptown funk you up, uptown funk you up!"
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In today's Tweet Beat, words matter to Elizabeth Berkely, Diabo Cody is trying to track down Bruno Mars and it's unclear if Joyce Carol Oates is talking about women or cats.
This video has been brought to you by MY DAYDREAMS. There's a backstory here, but I don't even care what it is. The best part is at 1:09 when Bruno Mars says, "Brad Pitt you sexy motherfucker."
Pharrell released his new video for “Marilyn Monroe,” and it digs into the everlasting trend of men in pop music telling us ladies that it’s cool to just be ourselves. But is it possible for the opposite sex to applaud us without pandering?
Not only is this child incredibly stylish in his sporty little jammies, but he's also showing early signs of developing serious moves. Apparently, Christian cannot hear Bruno Mars' "Runaway Baby" without jumping up and starting to dance, despite the fact that he hasn't quite mastered the fine art of motor skills yet.
All hail the new king. Bruno Mars's halftime show with the Red Hot Chili Peppers set a record as the largest audience ever in the history of the Super Bowl. According to Nielsen data, 115.3 million viewers tuned in to watch Mars perform a medley of some of his biggest hits and more.
Here's the full performance of Bruno Mars's performance from the Super Bowl last night and let me be perfectly clear about this—it's good. Damn good.