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10 Facts About Michael Bublé

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    In 2005, Bublé set the record at The Syndey Opera House for most tickets sold in a day.


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    Michael's album It's Time spent 80 weeks at No.1 on the Billboard Jazz chart. Yes, you read that right - 80 weeks!


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    Quite the International crooner - Michael has dual Italian-Canadian citizenship.


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    From the age of about 14, Bublé spent six years working summers as a commercial fisherman with his father.


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    Michael is a HUGE hockey fan, and wanted to play ice hockey for the Vancouver Canucks. As a kid, he thought it was cool that his name sounded like Canuck defenseman, Jiri Bubla.


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    Michael nearly gave up his dream of singing professionally to become a journalist, before getting his big break in 2000.


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    Bublé has also made numerous cameo roles as an actor. He famously appeared on the big screen in Totally Blonde and Duets, but he also turned up in TV shows Death Game and cult classic The X-Files in 1996.


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    Michael has two younger sisters. His youngest sister, Crystal, is an actress.


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    Bublé struggled to find regular work during his early years as a performer and on one occasion even performed in a singing Santa Claus concert.


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    Bublé will often close his concerts by singing without a microphone. CLICK HERE to enter this featured fact to win


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