Bruno Mars is denying a report claiming that he was tapped to play Prince in an upcoming biopic about the late music legend.

A representative for Mars told Billboard that the report from British tabloid The Daily Mirror is “100 percent false,” adding that the story is not true. Despite the Mirror story saying Mars was “being lined up to play Prince” in a Netflix biopic, the streaming service told Billboard that there is no such film in development. Mirror’s online deputy digital editor said in an email to The Associated Press that the publication was reaching out to the reporter on the story to see if it needed to be corrected or clarified, and checking with Netflix and Mars for an official statement.

Mars performed an incredible tribute to Prince at the 2017 Grammy Awards when he sang “Let’s Go Crazy,” almost a year after Prince’s death in April 2016. Meanwhile, Mars remains on the road for his 24K Magic World Tour with Ciara as his opener — a change from his initial plans, which involved Cardi B, who backed out after having her and husband Offset’s first child earlier this year.