T-Mobile celebrated the launch of Un-carrier X with a star-studded magenta carpet and private concert featuring headliner GRAMMY® Award-winning singer/songwriter/producer and Atlantic recording artist Bruno Mars for 6,000 LA-area fans, celebrity guests, and T-Mobile customers at the Shrine Auditorium. The event kicked off with a special set by GRAMMY award-winning artist/DJ/producer Zedd, plus DJ sets by Lil Jon and DJ Vice.
It was date night at the T-MobileUn-Carrier X Launch Celebration for couples Ashley Tisdale and Christopher French, Miles Teller and Keleigh Sperry, Jaime King and Kyle Newman
Before the concert, Olivia Munn and Jaime King hung out at the backstage VIP reception
Zedd kicked off the celebration and pumped up the crowd with an incredible LED stage setup spinning his hits including “Clarity”
Lil Jon and DJ Vice surprised the 6,000 crowd of fans with a dueling DJ set before headliner Bruno Mars took the stage.
Bruno Mars closed out his 60-minute set with an encore performance of hits “Locked Out of Heaven” and “Uptown Funk.”
Earlier in the day, T-Mobileannounced Binge On™ as its landmark 10th Un-carrier move and responded directly to Americans’ surging demand for mobile entertainment by unleashing mobile video. They are the first in the wireless industry to give this benefit to customers. Starting November 15th, T-Mobilecustomers that are viewers and subscribers of HBO, Hulu, Netflix, Showtime, Sling TV, Starz, among others, can stream mobile video without burning up their high-speed data plan.
Some of the stars who showed up included: Ansel Elgort (Insurgent), Ashley Tisdale (Drive, She Said), Brittany Snow (Pitch Perfect 3), Bruno Mars (Recording Artist), C.J. Wilson (LA Angels of Anaheim), Dexter Fowler (Chicago Cubs), Hannah Davis (Project Runway Junior), iJustine (Internet Personality), Jaime King (Hart of Dixie), Jayson Blair (Young & Hungry, Whiplash), John Legere (T-Mobile CEO), Justin Turner (LA Dodgers), Keleigh Sperry (Model),Kyle Newman (Barely Lethal), Lil Jon (Recording Artist), Lyndie Greenwood (Sleepy Hollow), Melanie Iglesias (TV Personality/Model), Mike Moustakas (MLB World Series Champions – Kansas City Royals), Miles Teller (Fantastic Four), Olivia Munn (The Newsroom/Ride Along 2), Sam Richardson (Veep), Skyler Shaye (Ray Donovan), Will.I.Am. (Recording Artist), DJ Vice, Zedd, and more.
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