Oh Bruno Mars, you charmer. The crooner covered a Janet Jackson hit from the 1990s while performing in Las Vegas. His performance was punctuated by loads and loads of banter. […]
SDCC 2011 is going to be movie news central! Beyond The Trailer host Grace Randolph gives you the rundown on all the big movie panels on the schedule at San […]
Check out Bruno Mars‘ new track with Eminem, “Lighters”. The new track features Em and Royce da 5′9″ rapping and Bruno at the chorus and comes off their upcoming Bad […]
Jared Leto and his 30 Seconds to Mars bandmates attend a special screening of their controversial music video “Hurricane” at the Museum of Sex on Tuesday (May 10) in New […]
Jared Leto picks up a few essential items from Duane Reade on Thursday (April 28) near Times Square in New York City. The 38-year-old actor and his 30 Seconds to […]
Bruno Mars rocks a red fedora and blows on a harmonica in GQ’s April 2011 issue. “I’m not gonna preach that I’m a role model. I’m a f—— musician! But […]
Lenny Kravitz and Bruno Mars are collaborating and Tweeting their jam sessions! Kravitz, a seasoned rocker who won a Grammy for his ’90s breakout hit “Fly Away,” recently hooked up […]
Big Grammy New: Best New Artist nominee Justin Bieber, R&B vet Usher, B.o.B, Janelle Monáe Lady Antebellum, Muse, and nominee frontrunner Bruno Mars have been added as performers at next month’s ceremony. Music’s biggest night will be held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 13 and aired live on CBS.
Billed by MTV as the VMA Dream Team, vocal powerhouses Bruno Mars and Hayley Williams joined B.o.B for a medley that included the group’s summer charttoppers “Airplanes” and “Nothing On You” during Sunday night’s 2010 Video Music Awards — live for Los Angeles. Here’s a video!
Bruno Mars is out on his with the release of his solo single, “Just The Way You Are.” Complete with a promo directed by Ethan Lader, the track is the lead single from Mars’ forthcoming debut album Doo-Wops & Hooligansdue — available everywhere music is sold Oct. 5. Mars is well known for lending his vocals […]
Ad Astra Rocket Co. is planning to develop a plasma-powered rocket named Variable Specific Impulse Magnetoplasma Rocket (VASIMR) which would carry astronauts to Mars I period of 40 days.
VASIMR incorporates the technology of radio waves, ionize propellants like argon, xenon or hydrogen, and heat the resulting plasma to temperatures 20 times hotter than that of […]