Bruno Mars & Jimmy Fallon GQ Magazine April 2013 “Style Bible” Covers (Full Shoot)

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Singer/songwriter, Bruno Mars, and  comedian, Jimmy Fallon, cover GQ Magazine’s April 2013 “Style Bible” Issues. Jason Bateman is also slated to take part in the tri-cover special issues and we will provide those photo sets as they become available. Both gentlemen of clear style distinction give model face in the way only hey can.

Bruno gets brutally honest about everything from lyric choice and “Gorilla” sex to his 2010 arrest for cocaine possession during his interview with writer, Chris HeathWarning: The interview is blunt and may offend some.

On the aggressive choice to use “Gorilla” as a sexual analogy:

“What does that sound like to you? Come on, you’re a grown man. You’ve been there. Why are you making me feel like I’m the only one in the room? What is this, 1933? We can’t talk about this? I’ll give you some videotapes.”

On telling Vegas police the truth about holding:

“I don’t know where that came from. I was really intoxicated. I was really drunk. So a lot of that is a big blur, and I try every day to forget and keep pushing.”

On lessons learned:

” ‘I can take this shit away from you, young man.’ That was the lesson. You’ve slaved away for years and years and years. You’ve prepped your whole life. It’s all you know how to do. You’re a kid experiencing life in fucking Sin City, and that was the lesson: It can all be taken away. Put you in a weird place. Embarrass you.”

Gotta love Bruno for not being afraid to answer the hard-hitting questions.

Meanwhile, funnyman Jimmy Fallon discusses the alternate direction his NBC late night show takes in comparison to his peers:

“I just feel like people like a little break,” he says. “Especially at 12:37 at night, you go like, ‘I’m just tired of the snarky right now. I just want to lie down and have somebody make me laugh for an hour. Entertain me and then I’m going to sleep with a smile on my face.’ That’s my job, that’s what I do.”

The message behind his show?

“Fun. ‘Have fun’ is my message. Be silly. You’re allowed to be silly. There’s nothing wrong with it.”

Be Extraordinary- Alyssa Peacock

[GQ MAGAZINE]

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