Bruno Mars to earn $1.5m singing at girl’s bat mitzvah

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Bruno Mars

BRUNO Mars will earn $1.25 million from a Russian oligarch for singing at his daughter’s bat mitzvah.

New York-based billionaire Len Blavatnik will pay Mars $250,000 a song and has asked the star to play five songs.

As part of the deal, Mars and his entire crew, including his stylist and his band, get a private jet to New York for the special night, all on the 56-year-old Blavatnik’s dime.

“He insisted on his own band backing him,” says our source. “Also, he will retain rights to all recordings of the performance, even though I have to think every yarmulke-clad teen at the party will instantly be posting clips of Bruno Mars playing a bat mitzvah.”

Mars felt pressure to do the gig, we’re told, because he is signed to Atlantic Records, which is owned by Warner Music, which is owned by, surprise surprise — Len Blavatnik.

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