[artist id="3238990"]B.o.B[/artist] and [artist id="3528710"]Bruno Mars[/artist] took their act to the late-night airwaves on Wednesday night, when the pair performed the rapper's hit single "Nothin' on You" on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
Backed by a band, with Mars on guitar, B.o.B led the set through his syrupy breakout smash dedicated to the pretty ladies.
"Hands down, there will never be another one/ I been around and never seen another one," the Atlanta MC rapped. " 'Cause your style I ain't really got nothing on/ And you wild when you ain't got nothing on."
Dressed down in jeans, a red jacket, a striped T-shirt and a paperboy cap, the bespectacled B.o.B was boisterous and energetic through his appearance, which also included an acoustic version of "Lovelier Than You," from his recent chart-topping debut The Adventures of Bobby Ray.
Sans Mars, B.o.B. closed out the show with "Lovelier Than You."
"Maybe one day, girl, I pray/ We can float off to space/ Now hold my hand, I'll lead the way/ And I won't let go or fall astray," he sang on the melodic number, while strumming his guitar. " 'Cause ain't no ifs, ands, buts or maybes/ You're my baby, my lady/ And don't you worry, baby, please."
Bobby Ray then kicked the accompanying rhyme: "Well, well, well, I say I'm dangerously, dangerously, dangerously in love/ 'Cause I love her more than I love myself and it's still that ain't enough," he rapped. "If this a dream, I don't want to wake up/ We go together like the tub and the shower head above."
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