Bruno Mars: Even Beyonce Breaks Her Diet Sometimes With this Tasty Snack

Bruno Mars on the cover of Rolling Stone
Bruno Mars on the cover of 'Rolling Stone' Rolling Stone

Just like Us! Bruno Mars revealed in a new interview that even his pal Beyoncé breaks her diet sometimes. Chatting with Rolling Stone for their latest cover-story interview, the “24K Magic” singer, 31, opened up about the time he saw the 35-year-old superstar indulge a very relatable craving.

"She's not f–king joking around. She's going to get onstage and show everybody why she's the best every single time," Mars told the music bible of his Super Bowl 2016 halftime performance with the “Formation” songstress. "She's got that monster in her."

Though she gave the gig her all, the “Locked Out of Heaven” crooner revealed that while prepping for the big show, he learned that yes, Queen Bey does, in fact, have cravings like us all.

Beyonce, Chris Martin of Coldplay and Bruno Mars perform onstage during the Pepsi Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show at Levi's Stadium on February 7, 2016 in Santa Clara, California.
Beyonce, Chris Martin of Coldplay and Bruno Mars perform onstage during the Pepsi Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show at Levi's Stadium on Feb. 7, 2016, in Santa Clara, California. Christopher Polk/Getty Images

"Me and Beyoncé were both working on our diets, stressing out. Then the day before, we're watching playback backstage and she's eating a bag of Cheetos," Mars told Rolling Stone.

He added: "I'm like, 'That's what you're doing?' She's like, 'There's nothing more we can do these last two days. It's gonna be what it's gonna be. So, I'm gonna enjoy this bag of Cheetos.'"

Beyonce (R) presents the Record Of The Year award to recording artist Bruno Mars for 'Uptown Funk' onstage during The 58th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 15, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.
Beyonce presents the Record Of The Year award to recording artist Bruno Mars for 'Uptown Funk' onstage during The 58th Grammy Awards at Staples Center on Feb. 15, 2016, in Los Angeles. Kevin Winter/WireImage

Mars told the magazine that watching Beyoncé dig into the cheese-powdered snack taught him that there is no sense in trying to change what you can’t control — especially in the evolving landscape of today’s music industry.

“Sometimes I feel like I'm in the music business 10 years too late," he said. "How many platforms do we have? Whose money are we giving to who? It's this weird game. You don't even buy songs anymore — it's just a subscription, it's Netflix. And while we're in the process of figuring it all out, I'm here trying to make albums."

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