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The web is abuzz with stories of the Oscars from Sunday night. While surfing the internet, we stumbled on a gem video of Pauly Shore interviewing kid Bruno Mars. Before Waikīkī-born Bruno Mars landed on Hollywood’s radar, he was known as a  young Elvis Presley impersonator and was seen shaking his “bon-bon” at Roosevelt High School (we have old yearbook pictures to prove it). You can’t help falling in love with the adorable 4-year-old “Little Elvis” who melted hearts with his smooth moves (yes, he even does a pelvic thrust). Now 27, Bruno Mars still captures hearts with his king of rock ‘n’ roll-esque hair and hit songs like “Grenade” and “Marry You.”

 


via Vulture

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