Bruno Mars, seen in this file photo on June 25, 2017, was forced to temporarily stop his concert in Glasgow, Scotland on Tuesday after a firework caused a small fire.
Bruno Mars was a bit shocked at his recent concert.
“That’s What I Like” singer was forced to evacuate the stage during the gig in Glasgow Green in Glasgow, Scotland, on Tuesday, after a firework caused a small fire. According to the “Glashow Live” and Twitter users, the show was temporarily stopped and the fire was quickly extinguished with no one injured or damaged.
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When the incident happened, a security message is displayed on the screen to read: “This is a safety announcement. It is necessary to stop the display temporarily. Further information to follow.” Shortly after Mars returned to the stage, creating new lyrics for his song, “calling All My Lovelies” about the fire.
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“We burned the stage down in Glasgow,” he sang, jokingly adding, “Better call the fire department if the Hooligans get on the stage!” Mars’ reps had no comment on the incident.
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Mars is currently finishing the European leg of his 24K Magic World Tour. He will be performing at Lollapalooza in Chicago on Aug. 3, before the kick-off of the AMERICAN section in September, where he will be accompanied by Cardi B.
The musical duo performed their “Finesse” remix on the b-2018 GRAMMY Awards in February.