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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Bruno Mars is TV addict

Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars is addicted to watching "pure filth" talk shows.

The singer is currently touring to promote his upcoming album Unorthodox Jukebox.

Whilst spending time in London, the 27-year-old found himself enthralled by a tabloid television show.

"Watching The Jeremy Kyle Show on the tele. This is pure filth but I cant change the channel. Two Families at war. Is he the father? Lets see (sic)," Bruno shared on Twitter.

The show invites feuding families to publically air their grievances, while receiving guidance from host Jeremy.

The Grenade singer couldn't tear himself away from the drama and kept his followers updated as the events unfolded.

"IT WAS HIS BABY!!!" he excitedly posted, adding: "The family war stops now!"

The Jeremy Kyle Show has been a favourite in Britain for some time and in 2010 a US version was produced for American television.

The show proved just as popular overseas, and it seems it's a hit with Bruno, who found it difficult to stop watching.

"Must......Change...........Channel," he joked on his Twitter page.

The star has already released first single Locked Out of Heaven from his upcoming album.

Unorthodox Jukebox is scheduled for release next month and is his second musical offering since 2010's Doo-Wops & Hooligans.

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