Bruno Mars has said he does not regret being caught taking the class-A drug cocaine in 2010.
Mars, who was arrested for the crime in a Las Vegas hotel in 2010, opened up about the incident during a new interview on CNN with Brit host Piers Morgan. Saying that he thinks people should move past the charge, Mars said:
"I don't live my life with regrets. I don't dwell on anything. It happened, it must've happened for a reason."
Adding: "I think it's something that I moved past and I'm hoping everyone else that I come across will move past it sure."
Meanwhile, Bruno Mars is set for next month's Grammy Awards and is one of this years most nominated artists.
Cocaine addicted celebrities can take inspiration from other celebrities who have successfully undergone cocaine abuse rehabilitation and are now enjoying a new lease on life as well as their careers.