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An Audience with Michael Bublé (2010)



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Credited cast:
Joshua Brown ...
Himself (as Michael Bublé's Band)
Himself - Performer
Brian Lipps ...
Himself (as Michael Bublé's Band)
Himself (as Michael Bublé's Band)
Robert Perkins ...
Himself (as Michael Bublé's Band)
Craig Polasko ...
Himself (as Michael Bublé's Band)
Justin Ray ...
Himself (as Michael Bublé's Band)
Jacob Rodriguez ...
Himself (as Michael Bublé's Band)
Jake Saslow ...
Himself (as Michael Bublé's Band)
Jumaane Smith ...
Himself (as Michael Bublé's Band)
Nicholas Vayenas ...
Himself (as Michael Bublé's Band)
Robert Wilkerson ...
Himself (as Michael Bublé's Band)


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An Audience with Michael Bublé
30 May 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I always watch the comedians doing their Audience with programmes, and occasionally there are the music based ones as well, the Take That version was very good, and this one looked like it would be too. Canadian singer-songwriter Michael Bublé has made jazz cool again with his modern takes on both the classics and some new ones of his own. To an audience of celebrities (and a little regular public) he sings all the songs that have made him into the star he is today in the United Kingdom, America and all over the world. Songs in the show include: "Cry Me A River", "Home", "Me and Mrs. Jones" and "Haven't Met You Yet". It was also nice for him to talk to his audience, give them and the viewers a chance to see what a nice guy he is, with a sense of humour too. Celebs in the audience that speak and you can spot include Fern Britton, Gino D'Acampo, Larry Lamb, The X Factor's Joe McElderry, Dragons' Den's Deborah Meaden, Lemar Obika, Paul O'Grady, Dermot O'Leary, Fay Ripley, Rachel Stevens, Joe Swash, Lacey Turner, Michael Underwood, Nina Wadia and Holly Willoughby. Very good!

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