Ellen DeGeneres Seen Dancing Hard To ‘Uptown Funk’ With Bruno Mars, ‘Don’t Believe Me Just Watch’

Bruno Mars in Performance

Several people from around the world have heard Mark Ronson’s and Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk” and agree that it’s incredibly catchy. Even Ellen DeGeneres dances hard to the song during his performance on her show, on January 14, 2015.

The song simply sounds and feels good. If you’re from the era of similar-sounding music, it could be rather nostalgic. Reminiscent of the Gap Band and the Sugarhill Gang, if you take a look around social media outlets, several people can be seen dancing to “Uptown Funk.”

Obviously, Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson aren’t playing when they say:

“‘Uptown Funk’ gon’ give it to ya…don’t believe me? Just watch!”

On the Ellen DeGeneres show, the entire audience was in participation as they were dancing to “Uptown Funk.” As can be seen from the video, the atmosphere was nothing less than energetic. The lights and extra stagehands help make the performance increasingly capturing.

Even the song’s official music video is just as fun and upbeat. Honestly, dancing to “Uptown Funk” comes quite naturally.

Likewise, fans of the song have taken to Twitter about the 2015 Top Hit.

One even relates him to a modern day Michael Jackson.

It can definitely be seen during his 2014 Super Bowl performance, where he performed a mesh of Cameo, Little Richard, and Michael Jackson styles. However, around 6:24, he goes into a memorable James Brown rendition.

Without a doubt, Bruno Mars is a phenomenal performer and musical innovator. Certainly, it seems as if he’s starting 2015 off the right way. By the way they’re dancing to “Uptown Funk,” Ellen DeGeneres and her audience members think the same.

Billboard enthusiastically states the following.

“Mark Ronson’s ‘Uptown Funk!,’ featuring Bruno Mars, could be settling in for a long run at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, as it leads the chart for a second week. As it rules again, it also rises 2-1 on both the Streaming Songs and On-Demand Songs charts, further solidifying its spot atop the Hot 100.”

Bruno professionally pays tribute to influences before him. Via Twitter, he states as follows.

What if this is the next “Happy“? In a similar manner, what if people start dancing to “Uptown Funk” and posting videos? What are your thoughts on the song?

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