The current leading man of R&B, Bruno Mars, met up with talkshow host James Corden for one of the most epic episodes of "Carpool Karaoke" to date.
Amidst going through each of the soulful singers biggest hits including "24K Magic," "Grenade," "Uptown Funk," and "Locked Out of Heaven," Mars opens up on the moment he realized he wanted to get into the music industry. Turns out, the 31 year old knew he wanted to be a singer since he was only 4 years old.
"I was impersonating Elvis Presley at my dad's Rock & Roll 1950s review in Waikiki," shared Mars before delivering his best impression of The King's signature "lip" move. The two then roll into a wild cover of "Jailhouse Rock" sure to bring any Elvis fans to their knees.
The international superstar grew up in a family of artists and spent much of his early years impersonating Elvis, crediting much of his performing techniques and musical stylings to The King.
You can watch the hysterical video below and be sure to let us know what you think in the comments!
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