We are used to seeing Bruno Mars‘ smooth moves as he dances, but the singer seems to have slowed down in his old age. So much so, he was photographed driving a mobility scooter. Does that mean he has lost his Bow Chicka Wow Wow? Nope, he is using as a metaphor to describe how his latest single That’s What I Like is slowly climbing up the charts. It is currently at #3 and hopefully it will get a 24K record!
Remember the first time you saw Drake’s Hotline Bling and you were wondering what the heck he was doing in it? He called it dancing, but we weren’t sure? That is how I feel after watching Bruno Mars’ That’s What I Like. That might be what he likes, but it is not what I like. He is better than that and I hope with the next video he really brings it like he did with Uptown Funk!
Sean Hayes and his husband, Scott Icenogle, did their own take of Bruno Mars’ Perm from 24K and it definitely deserves the gold because they brought the funk! As in Wild Cherry, but that reference is way dating me.
Back to Hayes and his hubby, the two of them created this video as an escape for all of us and I think it worked. So much so, I don’t know why they haven’t created a game show where actors create their own music videos to their favorite songs!
Let’s be honest, we have all boogied in our cars to Bruno Mars’ songs, but how does he look jamming to his own tunes? That is what James Corden found out yesterday when he asked him to drive him to work for Carpool Karaoke. How does it look? Like you want to throw a grenade at The Late Late Show host in order to sit in that driver’s seat. You thought you went wild when you rocked out to Uptown Funk, you ain’t got nothing on him.
I have to weigh in on this Carpool Karaoke and it is worth its weight in gold. XXIV Karat to be exact!
Sir Ian McKellen stopped by Yahoo! offices to talk about Mr Holmes, but they asked something off topic. They wanted to see how two of this year’s biggest songs would sound if he read them. They gave him the lyrics to Taylor Swift’s Bad Blood and Bruno Mars’ Uptown Funk and told him to work his magic. What happens next is something so brilliant that only he can accomplish it. He made Swift sound smarter and Mars’ funkier, and that is a good thing.
How can you not love this man, it’s elementary!