The Oscar-winning actress makes an unexpected cameo on “Calling All My Lovelies,” a sultry cut off Mars’s new album, 24K Magic. “I’m far too fly to be on standby,” Mars croons, bragging about the other women lining up at his door. Berry’s lure is too strong, though, so he thirstily calls her midway through the song ... and gets her voicemail.
“Hi, you’ve reached Halle Berry. Sorry I can’t get to the phone right now, but if you leave your name and number, I will get right back to you,” she says, before signing off with a “mwah.” Such a tease.
Mars revealed back in 2012 that Berry was the inspiration behind his hit “Locked Out of Heaven,” and it looks like she still hasn’t come around to his advances. Gotta give him credit for trying (again), though.
Mars’s long-awaited third album, 24K Magic, dropped today (November 18) and also includes the funky title track and bedroom romp “Versace on the Floor.” The singer also announced a massive 85-date world tour, which kicks off in March 2017 and arrives stateside next summer. Maybe he’ll score some other ladies’ digits along the way.