WHAT BRUNO MARS' SUPER BOWL SHOW MEANS FOR HIS EARNINGS


Unlike the players who took the field for the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos at Super Bowl XLVIII, halftime performer Bruno Mars won’t be paid for his efforts -- as is the custom at the year’s biggest entertainment event.

 

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