Caesars Palace in Las Vegas is about to spend some major cash to secure Bruno Mars.
Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, Celine Dion, Calvin Harris, Elton John and Mariah Carey all have found a second home in Vegas, and the city has its sights set on another huge superstar: Bruno Mars.
According to a new report from The Sun, Mars could ink a deal that would rake in nearly a million dollars per show.
A Vegas insider revealed: “Caesars feels Bruno will bring something completely different — he can sing, dance and play. His music appeals to many ages and he can draw huge crowds."
They add: “This will send a shock wave around the industry. Bruno will use Vegas as his main home for his next tour rather than just trek around the world. Had things worked out differently Michael Jackson would now have a residency, Bruno is the closest modern version.”
Mars has performed a string of shows in Las Vegas for the last three years, but nothing as lucrative and secure as this.
He could face some major competition if Justin Timberlake decides to perform there as well. Word on the street is Timberlake in talks to perform at Monte Carlo's newly renovated 5,000-seat theater, which is currently in its final stages of construction.