Bruno Mars has hit back at Super Bowl doubters. The well known singer songwriter, who was raised in Honolulu, Hawaiidid against those who made the suggestions that as a star he wasn’t big enough to performer at the Super Bowl half-time show. The Locked Out of Heaven hitmaker is upset over the article in which the New York Times did towards the pop star saying it was not the right message to send to aspiring musicians. He answered back at the attack during a recent taped appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, which aired in America on Monday, February 10, 2014. Speaking straight into the camera, Mars said,
“If music is what you wanna do… it doesn’t take a fragrance, it’s not about the tabloids. It’s about you, putting in the work, practising every day… Hopefully, one day you write the song the whole world wants to get down to.
“One day, you’re gonna have your moment to shine and you’re gonna have a lot of people say you can’t do it and you’re not good enough, but I promise you, if you go out there and you sing and you put your heart and soul into it and you follow your dream, one day you’re gonna be sitting next to Ellen DeGeneres, talking about how you broke records and rocked the Super Bowl.”
He then celebrated his latest big moment by skipping into the studio audience to the theme from boxing movie Rocky, yelling, “We did it!”
He wrapped up his spot on the show by returning to his seat and joking, “With that being said, I have a new fragrance coming out this fall…”
Mars just twenty eight year sold, has become the youngest artist in Super Bowl history,
to serve as the sole performer during the half-time show, while he set ratings records after more than 115 million U.S. viewers checked out the Grenade hitmaker’s set – a million more than the record set by Madonna in 2012, and almost five million more than Beyonce lured to Tv sets last year (13).
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