Bruno Mars and The Streets added to Wireless Festival


Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars has been added to the line-up for this year's Wireless Festival.

The Grammy award-winner, who went to number one with Grenade in January, will appear in London's Hyde Park on Friday 1 July before Tinie Tempah, Plan B and first headliners Black Eyed Peas.

Other new additions include David Guetta, The Streets, Katy B, Labrinth, Devlin and Wretch 32.

The other two headliners at Wireless include The Chemical Brothers (Saturday 2 July) and Pulp (Sunday 3 July).

Acts who've already been announced are Example, Chase & Status, Foals and Metronomy.

Drug counselling

Bruno Mars avoided a prison sentence in Las Vegas last month after pleading guilty to possession of cocaine.

The 25-year-old was given 12 months probation, a $2,000 (£1,226) fine, 200 hours community service and ordered to attend drug counselling.

The singer, real name Peter Hernandez, won a Grammy in Los Angeles in February for best male pop vocal performance for ballad Just the Way You Are.

The Hawaii-born singer has already scored two UK number one singles and a number one album with his debut Doo Waps & Hooligans.