Canadian singer Michael Buble is leading his "Christmas" flavor in to the virtual world. The Canadian superstar is in co-operation with Facebook game "CityVille" to give an interactive gift to his fans throughout the holidays.
The players of the game will be capable of socializing with the personal embodiment of Michael Buble. The embodiment would sing and speak in different settings that include a holiday bonfire and hunt for gifts.
Michael Bublé is set to fund a campaign that will identify Vancouver rioters. Born near Vancouver, Bublé was back at home for Wednesday night's Stanley Cup final, in which the Vancouver Canucks lost to the Boston Bruins. Although the millionaire singer was on his way to the airport when the rioting began in the city centre, members of his family were much less lucky: Bublé's grandmother, mother and other relatives were trapped inside downtown's Queen Elizabeth theatre, amid burning cars and brawling drunks. "They were traumatised," Bublé told the Globe and Mail.
Michael buble is all set to marry his wife once again in a ceremony that is going to be held in Canada. The Canadian crooner tied the knot with actress Luisana Lopilato in her native Argentina on March 31, and now the couple will make their vows to each other once more at a ceremony in his home country, in front of 500 of their closest friends and family.
“We’re both nervous, but we’re excited. It’s just another excuse to celebrate our love, have a few drinks and to dance all night,” he told Entertainment Tonight Canada.
Michael Buble became the latest superstar to get married after he married an Argentinian celebrity. Buble and Argentinean actress Luisana Loreley Lopilato reportedly had a small wedding ceremony in downtown Buenos Aires.
The bride wore a violet dress and silver heels rather than the traditional white gown. The groom wore a gray suit. Following the wedding, the couple posed for fans and Lopilato tossed her bouquet into the crowd.
The t-shirt was signed at the London O2 during 2010, and features the autographs of Michael Bublé and Naturally 7 (which included former member Jamal Reed).