Bruno Mars did the most incredible tribute to Prince

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Bruno Mars nailed his tribute to he legendary Prince at the 59th Grammys.

The singer took to the stage to perform Let’s Go Crazy during the 2017 Grammy Awards.

He dressed just like Prince, complete with a signature white guitar.

Superstar Prince died aged 57 last year.

It’s reported the performance took two months of planning and performance – and it really showed.

Mars covered the 1984 track just as the star would’ve wanted, without modern changes to the original.

Prince was one of just 10 black artists to win Best Album at the Grammys, which Beyonce missed out on this year.

His body was found at his Minnesota compound last year.

Prince Rogers Nelson, known as Prince, cancelled two shows shortly before his death amid a string of health problems.

The singer rose to fame in 1982 with his album 1999.

The international star performed at the 2007 Superbowl, and won seven Grammys, selling more than 100 million records.

Prince’s score for Purple Rain in 1985 won an Oscar for Best Original Score.