He only became a household name in 2010 but has already gone down as being one of the biggest-selling artists of all time.

Now, Bruno Mars is set to play to sellout crowds in Glasgow today and tomorrow - and the city has become infected with Mars fever.

Even Glasgow Queen Street station is brightening up passengers’ days with the message ‘CAUSE YOU’RE AMAZING JUST THE WAY YOU ARE’ flashing on announcement boards on Exhibition Centre-bound platforms.

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The boards at Glasgow Queen Street (Credit: @rachelkatemac/Twitter)

Doors open on both Wednesday and Thursday night at 6.30pm with the support act taking to the stage from 8pm.

Mr Mars himself will take to the stage at 9pm, with the events expected to finish just before 11pm.

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It was announced in November last year that Mars would bring his global 24K Magic World Tour to Scotland’s biggest city.

The performance will mark his first full-length tour since 2013’s hugely-successful Moonshine Jungle World Tour, an international blockbuster that shifted two million tickets worldwide across 155 sold-out dates.

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Real name Peter Gene Hernandez, the singer has sold over 115 million singles and nine million albums worldwide, making him one of the best-selling artists ever.

He has landed six number-one singles on the Billboard Hot 100 since his career launched, attaining his first five faster than any male artist since Elvis Presley.