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Little 'Bruno' rocked the Aloha Bowl in 1990

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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

Talk about a journey, Hawaii's Peter Hernandez, better known today as Bruno Mars will perform in front of the biggest audience of his career on Sunday.

The Honolulu born musician will take the stage during the Super Bowl halftime show at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey where the Denver Broncos will play the Seattle Seahawks.

However, this is not Mars' first national television appearance during a halftime show; that came on Christmas Day 1990.

The future pop star sang a Christmas song at the Aloha Bowl.  Bruno was only five-years-old.

To watch the adorable video on a mobile device go to the video section on the Hawaii News Now app.

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