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Originally posted 02/20/2013 10:20AM
"Some women crave pickles or ice cream. Luisana wants blood sausages," the crooner jokes of his pregnant wife
Originally posted 01/24/2013 03:20PM
"Mike, Lu and … mini Bublé!” the crooner and wife Luisana announce in a video clip, sharing an ultrasound photo
Originally posted 10/17/2012 10:05AM
The singers were feeling the pressure – and the judges had some tough decisions to make – as the battle rounds continued Tuesday on The Voice.
"Do what you have to do," mentor Michael Bublé said to the hopefuls. "You're fighting for your life."
In Blake Shelton's quest to find the ultimate down-home country crooner for his team, he pitted Liz Davis and Nicole Johnson against each other.
Originally posted 05/29/2012 06:45PM
When it comes to keeping the romance alive with his wife, Michael Bublé doesn't rely on his powerhouse vocal chords (or those swoon-worthy love songs).
Rather, it's all about modern technology.
Due to his work schedule, they've spent the past couple of months apart, he says. Their long-distance essential? "A lot of Skype dates," Bublé tells Entertainment Tonight Canada.
Originally posted 12/01/2011 08:15AM
Lights, camera, Justin Bieber. Christmas has come to Rockefeller Center.
The traditional tree-lighting ceremony, the 79th annual, in the midtown Manhattan destination was a cautiously paced, all-star event Wednesday night, with carols delivered by the likes of Bieber, who essentially headlined the event, Michael Bublé (singing "I'll Be Home for Christmas"), Cee Lo Green, Neil Diamond, Carole King, Katharine McPhee and Tony Bennett (the traditional "White Christmas").
Mariah Carey was also seen in a debut video duet with Bieber, for her "All I Want for Christmas." The number resembled a big-budget department-store commercial, although the video's quick cuts made it difficult to determine whether the duo and their singers and dancers were actually in Macy's or Lord & Taylor.
Originally posted 10/20/2011 05:30PM
Michael Bublé is ready to sing lullabies.
The Canadian crooner who wed Argentine actress Luisana Loreley Lopilato de la Torre in March – and celebrated again in May, wants to start a family as soon as his wife is on board.
"I've said to [Luisana] a million times I'd love to have kids," Bublé tells ET Canada. "But I always say to her when you're ready – when you feel like you've lived and you've partied and done all the things you want to do. When you've worked your butt off, then tell me."
While Bublé, 36, is happy to wait until his 24-year-old bride is ready, he can't help envy his other friends who have children.
Originally posted 05/20/2011 08:45AM
Michael Bublé is gearing up for his second wedding – to the woman who's already his wife.
Slightly more than a month after his March 31 wedding to Argentine actress Luisana Loreley Lopilato de la Torre, the Canadian crooner is going for double the fun in a sequel ceremony this weekend in his home country – with 500 of their closest friends and family, no less.
"We're both nervous, but we're excited," Bublé, 35, tells Entertainment Tonight Canada. "It's just another excuse to celebrate our love, have a few drinks and to dance all night."
Originally posted 04/26/2011 12:25PM
Michael Bublé is clearly crazy in love – and enjoying life as a newlywed.
The "Crazy Love" singer, who has dual Italian and Canadian citizenship, was spotted getting cozy with his new bride, Luisana Loreley Lopilato de la Torre, in Venice, Italy, on what appeared to be a very romantic honeymoon.
Bublé, 35, and Lopilato de la Torre, 23, toured the fabled Italian city looking every bit the happy couple basking in their wedded bliss. Their agenda included something no trip to Venice is complete without: an intimate gondola ride through the canals.
Originally posted 03/31/2011 02:35PM
Canadian crooner Michael Bublé sealed his "Crazy Love" for Argentine actress Luisana Loreley Lopilato de la Torre by marrying her in a civil ceremony in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Thursday.
Bublé, 35, wore a gray suit for the ceremony, while the bride donned a violet dress with silver high heels. The pair kissed for the cameras and posed for fans gathered outside, and the bride threw a bouquet of purple orchids into the crowd.
The couple got engaged in 2009, when the singer proposed in front of Lopilato's family in her native Argentina.
Originally posted 11/29/2010 11:40AM
Go big, or go home.
That seems to be the strategy that Canadian singer Michael Bublé and his Argentine actress fiancée are taking when it comes to their impending married life – from the wedding to the honeymoon to the kids.
First, the wedding itself: Bublé and Luisana Loreley Lopilato de la Torre will get married on April 6, he tells the Today show. "I was going to do it on [April] 29th, but figured I wouldn't get any press," he said referring to the wedding date set by Prince William and Kate Middleton.
He also tells Entertainment Tonight Canada they'll have two ceremonies – first in Argentina, then in Vancouver.
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