25 April 2013, 11:51
The 'Grenade' singer poses on the publication's new cover as he talks about his upbringing.
Bruno Mars has opened up about his family's struggles while growing up, as he graces the new cover of Rolling Stone magazine.
The 'When I Was Your Man' singer is the cover star of the publication's May issue, and poses on the front of the magazine in a leopard print shirt and gold jewellery.
Bruno's interview is expected to see him opening up about his family's struggles during his childhood, with him admitting that paying household bills was often a struggle.
"I wouldn't trade it for anything," Bruno reveals in the interview, when asked about his difficult upbringing. "Because I feel like I can enjoy this so much."
Check out a picture of Bruno Mars on the cover of the new issue of Rolling Stone magazine below (Credit: Facebook):
The 'Locked Out Of Heaven' singer has previously spoken openly about entreating the world of showbiz at a young age, when he became the world's youngest Elvis impersonator.
It was announced this month that Bruno Mars will be performing live at the Billboard Music Awards 2013 on 19th May.
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