By now you’ll know that Bruno Mars will perform at the 2014 Superbowl on the 2nd of February live from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford New Jersey.
The singer, who was voted ‘Artist Of The Year 2013‘ by Billboard has commented on his performance at the halftime show joking about what he might wear during it.
28 year old Bruno Mars will entertain millions around the world at the hugely popular Superbowl halftime show in what could be freezing cold weather.
Last year Beyoncé reunited with Destiny’s Child for her halftime Superbowl show and we wonder Bruno Mars will do to top her performance however all he can think about is the weather and how to keep warm.
Speaking with Billboard.com Mars said: “Everyone’s putting the fear of God in me like there’s going to be a blizzard. I’m going to wear a beekeeper suit, I don’t know.”
“I’m not going to know until I get there…I’m not trying to hype myself up too much. I know it’s going to be cold and I just got to face it.”
The general manager of Beyonce’s production house Parkwood Entertainment Lee Anne Callahan-Longo commented on the cold weather and how it can affect performances:
“It makes it harder to sing. It certainly makes it harder on a woman for choosing wardrobe. It can be really cold out there,”
“But I think once you get on stage and your adrenaline gets pumping, it doesn’t matter. They get in the zone. Most artists get in the zone once they start their performance. And if you’re professional, you do what you need to do.”
Bruno Mars also commented on getting the phone call asking him to perform at the halftime show:
“When we got that phone call, again, what do you say? `Nah.’ What do you say? `Absolutely. Let’s rock,”
“It was something exciting for me and my (band). It wasn’t too long ago when we were performing in clubs and bars and pubs, and even when I put (my first) album out, (we were) opening acts for a bunch of different artists, living in a van and traveling around and kind of putting in the work and time.”
He continued: “It might seem fast to the outsider looking in, but you know, it’s just another thing we can celebrate and I feel like as a group we all achieved it together.
“You know, performing on TV and stuff, whatever the NFL saw they dug it and that’s why we got the call.”