TV Teaser: Bruno Mars Shares Childhood Memories on ’60 Minutes’ Special


With industry predictions for Bruno Mars’ third album, ’24K Magic’ (released today), well below expectation (more on that tomorrow), fans can expect to see more of the chart-topping crooner to their television screens this week with hopes of reversing the tide.

In fact, Bruno-lovers will be #blessed with a double dosage of the divo on November 20 when he not only opens the 2016 American Music Awards, but will also be the subject of a candid interview with ’60 Minutes.’  Airing this Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT on CBS, the singer/songwriter is inviting viewers to his Hawaiian childhood home and will reportedly chronicle his road from tragedy to triumph.

In what looks to be a compelling watch, hop under the jump to watch the interviews’ official teaser:

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  1. Credits November 18, 2016

    has he been tanning?

    • Credits November 19, 2016

      I don’t mean this in a negative way. I’m getting mineral Jackson-billi jean-beat it-vibe from this photo.

      • Credits November 19, 2016

        **micheal*** smh what a fail…

      • HailLegendBeysus November 19, 2016


  2. King November 19, 2016

    He’s attractive in a weird way

  3. Rima November 19, 2016

    The weeknd ended him

    • dee November 19, 2016


  4. HailLegendBeysus November 19, 2016

    The only song I like from 24k Magic was That’s What I Like. Everything else was meh for me.
    Im hoping watching his live performances of the songs will bring them to life for me.

  5. Coolness November 19, 2016

    He is so cute with his abbreviated self, lol. Love his skin too. The new album had very little fat to cut. It’s 9 sleekly produced jams that harken back to the New Jack Swing era of the late 80a and early 90s.

  6. JOHNVIDAL November 19, 2016

    Yep! Definitely the biggest promo campaign of 2016.
    The album sounds good and he went for a particular type of sound. He is so talented. Problem is that I don´t know if people will be here for it, especially worldwide. You know, the masses want pop and not much more sadly.

  7. Keith November 19, 2016

    His music just seems corny as hell to me. Talented but the music is a waste. If people want 80’s and 90’s r&b, why not just get the original stuff? But I’m sure the masses will eat this up…

  8. Mad-on-her November 19, 2016

    His album is no3 on iTunes only a day after release. It doesn’t look good. It’s strange as I would have put him up there with Most Likely To Slay in 2016. I’m surprised Versace on the Floor didn’t catch on even as a buzz track. No one is safe these days!

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