Bruno Mars is begging the Grammys to let him perform at awards show

The vocalist is petitioning for atrioventricular bundle, Silk Sonic, to end up being a last-minute addition to this year’s Grammys line-up.

The “24K Magic” vocalist revealed previously this month that he and Anderson .Paak have actually collaborated on a task called Silk Sonic. Their launching single, “Leave the Door Open,” which will appear on the duo’s upcoming collective album, premiered Friday.

After the Recording Academy launched the list of artists set to carry out at the upcoming award program — with names consisting of Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Megan Thee Stallion and John Mayer — Mars required to Twitter to inquire to make a tweak to the lineup.

“Dear Grammys, If you can see it in your hearts to allow two out of work musicians to perform at your show, we would really appreciate it,” he composed in an open letter shared on Twitter on Sunday.

“We just released a song and could really use the promotion right now. We have a lot riding on this record (and the Pelicans game next week, but that’s another story).”

The 35-year-old star swore that Silk Sonic would follow all security procedures and even joked that they want to audition for the area.

He included that the set “haven’t been able to perform for a while” and “just want to sing.”

Mars ensured organizers that they would take “as many covid tests as we need to.”

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“I promise we won’t be extra. We just really want a gig again. I hope you’ll consider this request and give us the opportunity to shine. Love, Silk Sonic.”

Mars’ public plea is most likely to amaze fans. His last album, 2016’s “24K Magic,” made him album of the year, record of the year for the title track, and tune of the year for “That’s What I Like” at the 2018 Grammys.

CNN has actually connected to the Recording Academy for remark.

The 63rd Yearly Grammy Awards will relay survive on CBS and Paramount+ from 8:00 p.m. ET on Sunday.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.