Bruno Mars' singing sisters The Lylas 'dream about' joining his Super Bowl halftime show

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"He always one-ups us, doesn't he?"

So says a laughing Tiara Hernandez, one of Bruno Mars' four singing sisters who comprise the group The Lylas, in considering their Grammy-winning brother's date to star in the Super Bowl XLVIII halftime show Sunday, Feb. 2.

FOX will televise the football championship from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., and the ladies aren't sure whether they'll be part of his act there.

"We've been talking about it a lot," Tiara tells Zap2it. "It's a really good question. It's something we'd dream about, but that's his thing, and we wouldn't want to take the spotlight away from him. If we show up, we're four girls, and he's just one guy. He's done."

The Lylas stress all the siblings -- also including Jaime Kailani, Presley Hernandez and mother-of-two Tahiti Hernandez -- tease one another constantly, as seen in the women's WE reality show that premieres Friday, Nov. 8. It traces the sisters' move from Hawaii to Los Angeles, shortly before their mother's passing in June, to try to establish their own shared career.

Tiara reports "Locked Out of Heaven" hitmaker Mars "has watched several episodes" of the series, "and he does a really funny impersonation of us. We're family, so we're really close and really supportive of each other .... but of course, we pick on each other all the time, whenever we have a chance. That's who we are."
Photo/Video credit: WE/Newscom
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