At the Super Bowl on Sunday, Bruno Mars was the star. The annual Pepsi Super Bowl halftime Show got rolling with the 28-year-old singer getting behind the drums for a solo performance.
On Sunday, Feb 2, 2014, the show went on with the singer belting out his hits such as Locked Out Of Heaven, Treasure and Runaway Baby, prompting none other than the Red Hot Chili Peppers band to hop on to the stage and give Bruno company.
Mars was on stage dressed as usual in a gold jacket. The performance was the highlight of the day, and he also went on to dedicate his songs to military personnel, and he made sure that his performance for them also starred a video clip that featured tributes.
The crowd was in an ecstatic mood, with Mars giving them what they wanted. The energetic performance made sure that the audience danced along with him.
Yahoo News described the performance and wrote, "Mars, 28, took his high-powered live show to Super Bowl halftime, creating what felt like an intimate show in the arena and supersizing it in what has become a defining moment for those who preceded him on the list of halftime performers in the big game.
"The Grammy Award-winning singer eliminated any doubters from the second he appeared on screen in a skinny tie and gold jacket almost as dazzling as his smile.
"He played a deep-groove drum solo while rolling across the field on a raised, motorized platform, then joined his smoking hot live band for a series of energetically executed hits that were clearly not lip-synced. He then seamlessly integrated the Red Hot Chili Peppers set."