To calm the audience a bit, he sang "Slow Down" and "Our First Time." But the mushy stuff didn't last long as he pumped up the crowd again with his rendition of Michael Jackson's "Billy Jean," strummed with Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit."
Bruno paid tribute to couples in the audience singing "Marry You," "Lazy Song" "Count On Me," and "Liquor Store." He even coaxed couples to kiss!
In his rendition of "Nothin' On You," fans sang along.
NO INTERMISSION. Except for an occasional sip of water, Bruno Mars sang and danced nonstop.
When he did "Grenade," the crowd exploded with cheers as his melodic and unfaltering voice touched everyone — male and female.
In his finale, "Just The Way You Are," the crowd at Araneta Coliseum waved cellphone lights as they sang along with Bruno Mars. It was a sight to behold.
Looking at the appreciative crowd, Bruno thanked everyone for coming to his concert. He pointed to a section in the audience and said, "My family's here! My grandma, sister, and mom!"
He added, "I'm very, very proud to say I'm a Filipino!"
He waved a few more times and then he and his band left the stage.
Of course, the audience wouldn't have that. Thunderous chants of "We want more! We want more!" literally shook the place.
Not to disappoint, Bruno re-appeared and did one last fantastic dance number with his band going all out on the instrumentals. With cheers dying down, it was time to get back to Earth after a fantastic night with Mars.