Bruno Mars strikes gold at Super Bowl halftime

While the Super Bowl 2014 game was totally lopsided, Bruno Mars won the hearts of viewers (<a href="http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/music/posts/la-et-ms-super-bowl-halftime-20140203,0,2552420.story" target="_blank">and our critic</a>) with flawless tenor vocals, borrowed dance moves from James Brown and an impressive drum solo. The Red Hot Chili Peppers received mixed reviews for their cameo at the midway point, further dividing audiences after <a href="http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/music/posts/la-et-ms-flea-red-hot-chili-peppers-miming-super-bowl-20140204,0,1096835.story" target="_blank">admitting they mimed playing their instruments</a>.

( Larry Busacca / Getty Images / February 2, 2014 )

While the Super Bowl 2014 game was totally lopsided, Bruno Mars won the hearts of viewers (and our critic) with flawless tenor vocals, borrowed dance moves from James Brown and an impressive drum solo. The Red Hot Chili Peppers received mixed reviews for their cameo at the midway point, further dividing audiences after admitting they mimed playing their instruments.

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