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Bruno Mars, Super Bowl Halftime Show Man, Was A Child Elvis Impersonator

02/03/2014 12:34 EST | Updated 02/03/2014 12:59 EST

Bruno Mars may be a pop radio (and wedding song) mainstay since breaking into the mainstream with his two hit albums, 2010's "Doo-Wops & Hooligans" and 2012's "Unorthodox Jukebox," the Hawaiian-born singer began his career at two (!) as a child Elvis impersonator.

Inspired by an uncle, who was also an Elvis impersonator, Mars (then Pete Hernadez) became famous as "Little Elvis," or at least famous enough to snag a role in the Nicolas Cage movie "Honeymoon in Vegas," be included in the documentary "Viva Elvis" as "the world's youngest Elvis impersonator," get interviewed on the news and even play the Aloha Bowl at the ripe old age six.

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Bruno Mars as Child Elvis Impersonator