I can admit to purposely avoiding the music of Bruno Mars. Nothing against his vocal abilities, but the conk atop his head, the sugary pop stylings, and the cryogenically frozen and thawed Desi Arnaz thing? I'm good. I don't mind some of his collaborations, namely co-writing Cee-Lo Green's "F--k You," but overall, there's not much there that draws me in. However, now that he's announced a joint tour with Janelle Monáe, aka She Who Can Do No Wrong, I may have to channel my inner tween and bear his music. That, or miss his set. Fresh off their stellar performance at Sunday's GRAMMY Awards, Bruno and Janelle have revealed plans for a North American spring outing called "Hooligans in Wondaland," running from May to June. This makes me happy, to say the least. A sensible matching, this is, as both draw inspiration from decades gone by. Bruno idolizes Elvis Presley's music, while Janelle rocks Elvis-like hair. There's also a planned Best of Janelle EP in the works. Win. Full tour dates and itinerary will be announced soon via their respective sites. Will you be attending this tour?