For their May issue, Rolling Stone honours Bruno Mars as “the golden boy of pop”. Mars, looking Chief Keev’ed and enjoying a fag on the cover, opens up about him impersonating Elvis Priestly at the tender age of two, as well as the struggles he faced growing up.
About his number one single “When I Was Your Man”, Mars confesses to the mag that he wrote it about his girlfriend Jessica Caban, when he became fearful that their relationship was coming to an end. “You’re bringing up all these old emotions again, [I]t’s just like bleeding.” If you want to read the full interview, the May issue of Rolling Stone is on news stands now.
[via Rolling Stone]