Bruno Mars is one of the coolest musicians around, but even he is a little worried about the frigid temperatures expected at this year’s Super Bowl.
The musician is set to perform during the halftime show at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey on February 2, and things might get a little icy, “Billboard” reports.
“Everyone’s putting the fear of God in me like there’s going to be a blizzard,” he tells “Billboard, adding, “I’m not going to know until I get there… I’m not trying to hype myself up too much. I know it’s going to be cold and I just have to face it.”
Regardless of the weather, Mars could not be more excited to rock the Super Bowl in February. This career-defining moment has made him reflect on his journey so far, from his time performing in clubs and bars before his first album debuted.
“It might seem fast to the outsider looking in, but you know, it’s just another thing we can celebrate and I feel like as a group we all achieved it together,” he added (via “Billboard”). “You know, performing on TV and stuff, whatever the NFL saw they dug it and that’s why we got the call.”