Bruno Mars Revisits Childhood Home in Hawaii, Says Place He Grew Up 'Didn't Have a Bathroom'

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Bruno Mars learned at a very young age that you can find happiness without material possessions.

The "24K Magic" star takes a trip back to his humble childhood home in Hawaii on this Sunday's 60 Minutes, a one-room building in a park that now is grown-over by plants and missing a roof.

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"Just so people don't think we're crazy, it did not look like this. It had a roof, it didn't have plants growing on the inside," the 31-year-old singer shares. Though he does admit, "Where we were staying at first didn't have a bathroom, so we'd have to walk across the park to this other spot that had a bathroom."

Despite living in poverty, Mars insists his memories from growing up are "the best."

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"We had it all. We had each other," he explains. "It's OK we don't have electric today. We're gonna figure it out."

"Maybe that's why I have this mentality when it comes to the music," Mars adds. "I'm gonna figure it out."

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Watch a portion of Mars' interview below.

Mars' 60 Minutes interview airs Sunday, Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.

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These days, of course, Mars' music has vaulted him to being one of the biggest pop artists in the world!

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