AceShowbiz - Bruno Mars will be a real local hero in his native Hawaii for Thanksgiving later this month after announcing he will be handing out 24,000 meals to families in need.
Mars, who wrapped his record-breaking three-night stand at the Aloha Stadium in Honolulu on Sunday night, November 11, has joined forces with the Salvation Army to make sure Hawaiians don't go hungry on 22 November.
The news of his Thanksgiving initiative comes days after it was announced Mars and his "Finesse" collaborator Cardi B will reunite to perform at the inaugural Bud Light Super Bowl Music Festival next year (19).
The stars will take the stage alongside Ludacris, Migos, Lil Jon, Aerosmith, and others from 31 January to 2 February at Atlanta's State Farm Arena in Georgia. The festival will be the lead up to the Super Bowl on 3 February, when Maroon 5 will headline the half-time show.
Bruno and Cardi were slated to tour together for his "24K Magic World Tour" this year, but the "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker dropped out following the birth of daughter Kulture in July.