LAS VEGAS, Nev. - There's a reason why Bruno Mars is set to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show.
The pop crooner was in perfect form at the iHeartRadio music festival Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. He wowed with his slick moves and energetic vibe.
Bruno Mars led the pack of men who entertained the crowd of thousands at the iHeartRadio festival. The singer was smooth as ever: He kicked off his set with fun, upbeat numbers "Locked Out of Heaven" and "Treasure," but transitioned to a soulful and passionate performance of "If I Was Your Man." He earned whistles from the audience.
Mars reached epic heights when he sang "Runaway Baby" — he was funky and even imitated James Brown's signature dance moves. The legend would be proud. The singer-songwriter-producer finished with a smoky, steamy rendition of his latest single, "Gorilla."
Justin Timberlake also held his own with the night's closing performance. Floyd Mayweather, who's dominating win over Canelo Alvarez last week in Las Vegas was the richest fight ever, introduced Timberlake as "the heavyweight champion of music." His set included "Cry Me a River," ''Take Back the Night" and "Like I Love You."
Drake got concertgoers out of their seats when he performed "HYFR" and "Started from the Bottom."
"I'm here to party," he told the crowd.
Miguel was in a similar mood: After performing "Adorn" and "#Beautiful," he urged the crowd to "have a good night and make some bad decisions."