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Video: Bruno Mars – ‘Gorilla’

Freida Pinto and Rihanna

Bruno Mars gets hot and heavy in the thrilling video for “Gorilla,” the fourth single off his sophomore album Unorthodox Jukebox. The Hawaiian heartthrob plays an entertainer at La Jungla gentlemen’s club, while Slumdog Millionaire actress Freida Pinto stars as the club’s newest showgirl.

Unbeknownst to the club owner (Luis Guzmán), Pinto is also sleeping with Bruno. They make love in the back seat of a car in the passionate clip, which he co-directed with his longtime collaborator, Cameron Duddy.

On Feb. 2, Bruno will headline the Pepsi Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime Show in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Unleash Bruno’s most sexual and scandalous video yet.

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Bruno Mars Teases ‘Gorilla’ Video


Bruno Mars will unleash the video for “Gorilla” on his Facebook page on Monday, Oct. 14, at 3 p.m. EST as part of Facebook’s new #NowPlaying program (Jay Z also launched his “Holy Grail” video there).

The singer has posted a sneak peek on Instagram and will be releasing teasers throughout the weekend leading up to Monday’s premiere. The video was co-directed by Mars and his longtime collaborator, Cameron Duddy.

Following “Locked Out of Heaven,” “When I Was Your Man,” and “Treasure,” “Gorilla” is the fourth single off Bruno’s platinum album Unorthodox Jukebox.

He will headline the Pepsi Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime Show in East Rutherford, New Jersey on February 2.

See the first teaser below.

UPDATE: Watch two more teasers starring Luis Guzmán and an iguana.

UPDATE 2: The video premiere has been delayed until Tuesday, Oct. 15, at 3 p.m. EST. He informed his fans via Facebook.

“I can’t wait for you guys to see this video that I’ve been working so hard on. I want it to be the best it can be,” said Bruno. “With that being said, I need one more day. Hope you can understand – I promise it will be worth the wait.”

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Bruno Mars Takes ‘Treasure’ to the Streets

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Bruno Mars lives the rock star life even when he’s not on stage. The smooth singer turned a simple trip to the liquor store into a production and documented the entire thing via a series of hilarious videos on Instagram.

It all started when he went to buy milk. “Out of milk. Off to the market,” tweeted Bruno, who will perform at the Super Bowl halftime show in February.

With a suitcase boombox in hand and his red Dolce&Gabbana suit on, he danced his way out of his garage and down the street while singing his hit “Treasure.” He strut into the local liquor store and grabbed a carton of milk before making his way back home.

Along the way, he pulled out a cardboard “Treasure” sign and spun it around on the street corner as cars drove by.

“If I’m shinin too bright put yo shades on. Drive Smart. Drive Safe #Smafe #BrunoLuhDaStreets,” he wrote.

Watch Bruno bring his moves and swag to the streets.

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Rap-Up TV: Philip Lawrence Talks Solo Debut, Success, & Pranking Bruno Mars

As one-third of production team The Smeezingtons (which also consists of Bruno Mars and Ari Levine), Philip Lawrence has penned hits for Alicia Keys, B.o.B, CeeLo Green, and Bruno.

Earlier this summer, the Grammy-nominated hitmaker released his solo debut Letters I Never Sent via Atlantic Records. During Bruno’s “Moonshine Jungle World Tour” stop in L.A., Phil invited Rap-Up TV on his tour bus, where he reflected on his success while humoring us with his jokes.

“It’s a collection of the music I like to listen to,” said Phil of his debut, which is now available on iTunes. “I’m a huge fan of folk music. I’m a huge fan of rock music, huge fan of Seal, Billy Joel, singer-songwriter guys. I think I was channeling my inner singer-songwriter with this album.”

He and Bruno have racked up awards and traveled the world together. “It’s a rare thing that you not only get to experience this kind of success and the wonderful things that we’ve been exposed to, but to do it with your boy, to do it with someone you came up with, to do it with someone who equally believes in you, there’s a huge sense of camaraderie,” he said.

But despite their success, they remain humble. “Every day I walk on that stage, we look at each other and go, ‘We did it.’ It’s really, really cool.”

Plus, find out the hilarious prank Phil pulled on Bruno onstage, what it was like to meet his idol Babyface, and which artists are on his wish list of collaborators.

Before playing the Super Bowl Halftime Show with Bruno next year, Phil will make a triumphant return to his hometown of Evansville, Indiana on Saturday for a special concert at the Victory Theatre. Tickets are on sale now.

Bruno Mars to Headline Super Bowl Halftime Show

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Bruno Mars has sold out arenas on his “Moonshine Jungle World Tour,” and now he’s gearing up to play for his largest audience yet. The R&B crooner will headline next year’s Super Bowl halftime show.

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Bruno Mars Unleashes ‘Gorilla’ at VMAs

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Bruno Mars made a bang at the VMAs. The R&B heartthrob put on an electrifying performance of “Gorilla” at Sunday’s show. Laser beams shot across the stage and explosions erupted as he recreated the performance from his “Moonshine Jungle World Tour.”

He also took home two awards for Best Male Video for “Locked Out of Heaven” and Best Choreography for “Treasure.”

Watch Bruno unleash the beast below.

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Bruno Mars, Pitbull, Christina Aguilera, & Nelly Perform on ‘The Voice’ Finale

Pitbull and Christina Aguilera

“The Voice” capped off its season with a star-studded finale. Christina Aguilera returned to NBC’s singing competition to perform “Feel This Moment” with Pitbull on Tuesday’s show.

The pop diva descended on a platform, while Mr. Worldwide worked up a sweat in his suit. Confetti poured down on them as Shakira and Usher looked on.

Nelly also joined Florida Georgia Line to perform their country collaboration “Cruise,” and Bruno Mars rocked the stage with his latest single “Treasure.”

Watch the stars hit the stage below.

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