Millions of people watched the performance of Michael Buble last weekend showed by ITV1. He shared the stage with George Michael, Robbie Williams and the finalists of this years X Factor. He performed a duet with Stacey Solomon, the only female singer that reached this far in the competition. The show has been seen by more than 12 million viewers.
Just a few days before the X Factor competition, the Canadian singer was seen strolling down Grafton Street, the shopping center of Dublin. His peaceful shopping trail was interrupted when a bunch of schoolgirls recognized him and crowded him pleading for autographs and photos. He was in the city preparing for an appearance on RTE’s Late Late Show before his appearance on the stage with Robbie Williams and George Michael.
Michael Buble is currently promoting his latest album, Crazy Love. It is on top of album charts all over the world. Only Susan Boyles I Dreamed A Dream, Westlifes ‘Where We Are,’ and the albums of Lady GaGa and Black Eyed Peas are ahead of Michaels Crazy Love.
The album of the Grammy-winning singer is a diverse mixture of jazz and pop standards and original songs. Buble has interpreted Van Morrisons Crazy Love and The Eagles Heartache Tonight proving again he can play jazzy everything ever written.
Among the tracks of the album you can enjoy Youre Nobody Till Somebody Loves You, the classical Stardust, Baby (Youve Got What It Takes), Whatever It Takes, Cry Me A River, All Of Me, Georgia On My Mind, and Havent Met You Yet, the latter co-written by Buble. Fellow artists featuring in Crazy Love include Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings, and another Canadian singer, Ron Sexsmith.
Meanwhile, Michael defended UK actor Hugh Grant after a bad comment a UK tabloid made about his appearance on German TV show. Buble was a guest on British TV show Loose Women when the matter was brought up. The singer confirmed that he has been a guest alongside the Hollywood star on the same quiz show Wetten, das? and assured the viewers that the so called incident was all set up by German actors, hired especially for the show.
Being famous is not an easy job but when you do something you are good at and that people love, its worth the price. So, Michael, keep up the good work! Get your Michael Buble Concerts Tickets