According to TMZ, Mars' attorneys have struck a deal with the Clark County District Attorney's Office for a "deferred adjudication" in the case -- so if Mars stays out of trouble, completes 200 hours of community service, and undergoes counseling over the next year, the felony will be dismissed and his record will be cleared entirely. In other words, Mars is benefiting from the "What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas" rule. (Right now, Vince Neil is wondering why his legal team didn't think to invoke that one.)
Between this and Mars' incredible run on the Hot 100 -- he just jumped back into Number One, topping Britney Spears' hit "Hold It Against Me" -- he's on such a hot streak he should just pick up and head directly to Vegas! Oh wait...
- Bruno Mars