Bruno Mars Wears Curlers During ‘The Voice’ Performance

By Kathleen Villaruben | 3 years ago
Bruno Mars Wears Curlers During ‘The Voice’ Performance
Warehouse Live, Houston, Texas. Bruno Mars.

The Twitter world was festive about “The Voice” finale not just because of Craig Wayne Boyd winning the competition. The 35-year-old country singer almost had his spotlight stolen by Bruno Mars while performing his new single, “Uptown Funk,” on stage with Mark Ronson. It was not about the voice, but the curlers on Mars’s hair took social media by storm.

The 29-year-old powerhouse singer was enjoying his vibe while gold perm curlers stayed on his head for the whole performance. It was inspired by the retro theme of the song’s music video. The video also had a scene at 1:55 where Mars and Ronson were under salon dryers and their hair was wrapped in curlers. Mars was too consistent on the video’s theme that he brought the curlers in his performance.

However, Mars was not the first one to make curlers as a highlight in a music video. Lady GaGa’s Coke can curlers added spice in the music video of “Telephone.” Mars still proves the height of his confidence as a man when he wore the curlers with suave.

The gold curlers became a perfect combination to his outfit. He was wearing a metallic blazer and gold necklace.

The curlers were so interesting that even the iconic country singer, Reba McEntire, tweeted about it. She probably had her own set of curlers and somehow criticized Mars’s fashion choice, but she still expressed her amazement with Mars’s talent.

https://twitter.com/reba/status/545235802574569472

The gold curlers received mixed reactions from Twitter. Some of the best Twitter comments are:

https://twitter.com/joeyohern/status/545048719021051905

There you have it for the scoop on Bruno Mars’s gold curlers during “The Voice” performance. For more celebrity updates, follow Movie News Guide (MNG).

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