Last night during the Super Bowl, people went to Twitter wondering who Bruno Mars is

If he just did a drum solo for the entire show, I would have loved it.

Bruno Mars, along with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, put together a pretty good performance. Not a great one, but a good one. For me, I don’t know anything about this guy. I had only heard about him, but I don’t know what songs he does. The only song I know is that annoying one where he goes “aw yeah yeah” a million times during the Pepsi commercial. And that was the first song he did during his set.

The NFL demographic isn’t the right fit for Mars. The Red Hot Chili Peppers is more fitting, but having Mars headline this big spectacle was a headscratcher. Does the average NFL fan even listen to this guy, let alone know who he is? I think he fits the 20-30 year-old female range.

Last night, there was a major Twitter reaction when Mars hit the stage — especially for the older generation. They wondered who this guy was.

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Bruno Mars announced as halftime show performer at the Super Bowl

It’s official now: Bruno Mars is performing at halftime in the Super Bowl. I don’t know what to think about this since I don’t listen to this guy and apparently all my friends who do listen to him, aren’t football fans.

Is his music even good? I mean, the only thing I know about him is the above video. And that’s not even a real song from him.

Considering that this game is in New Jersey and it could be cold, does Bruno Mars warm people up? I don’t know.

What happened to KISS, AC/DC, The Eagles? I like rock bands. Or if we are going with contemporary artists, it’s got to be someone who brings excitement like Beyonce.

Maybe I’ll be proven wrong. Since I don’t listen to this guy, maybe he does do a good job.