Report: Bruno Mars to Bank $250K Per Song at Bat Mitzvah

Bruno mars will reportedly receive a huge paycheck for about an upcoming gig. According to the New York Times, the “Treasure” hitmaker was hand-picked by NYC-based tycoon Len Blavatnik, chairman and president of Access Industries Holdings LLC, to perform at his daughter’s bat mitzvah.

“He is getting $250,000 per song and is planning to sing five songs,” a source tells NYT’s Confidenti@l.

In addition to the huge payout, Mars’ and his team will travel to and from New York in style on Blavatnik’s private jet, plus receive other amenities.

Len Blavatnik owns Warner Music, which owns Mar’s record label, Atlantic Records. His company invests in natural resources, chemicals, media, telecommunications and real estate. He is said to be worth $17.8 Billion.

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