Bruno Mars Says Kids Treated Him Like Batman When He Was An Elvis Presley Impersonator
21 March 2013, 13:26 | Updated: 21 March 2013, 13:29
The 'Locked Out Of Heaven' star has been reminiscing about his days as a famous four year-old.
Bruno Mars says he was "f*****g great" at being an Elvis Presley impersonator in his childhood and says his school friends all treated him like Batman.
The 'When I Was Your Man' singer became the world's youngest impersonator of the 'Jailhouse Rock' singer at age 4 in his father's Hawaiian variety show, and says he had so much fun getting fame at such a young age
"I don't remember much, I probably couldn't even speak that much," Bruno reveals in his new GQ interview. "But I was f*****g great at it.
The 'Locked Out Of Heaven' singer admitted that after finding a degree of fame so early it was hard to stay focused at school, where he says children started treating him like a superhero.
"It was like turning into Batman," Bruno explained. "I'd go to school and kids are calling me Peter and we're playing baseball and kickball and s**t, and then, 'All right guys, I've got to to!', you put on a sequinned jumpsuit and all of a sudden you're Bruno, the world's youngest Elvis impersonator!"
Check out a picture of Bruno Mars from his photo shoot for GQ below (Credit: Peggy Sirota / GQ):
The 'Grenade' singer recently scored his first number one album in the US after his latest release 'Unorthodox Jukebox' topped the US Billboard Top 200 chart.
Check out Bruno Mars' new GQ magazine cover below (Credit: Peggy Sirota / GQ):
Bruno Mars is set to kick off his 'Moonshine Jungle' world tour next month, which arrives in the UK this coming October.