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Canadian crooner Michael Bublé has blossomed before our eyes and finally discovered who he really is. In an interview with Billboard last week, the singer opened up about the musical journey that led to his latest album "To Be Loved" (out today) and his new sense of certainty.
“What's funny is it took me up to ‘Crazy Love’ to figure out who I was,” Bublé said. “I was trying to pull from so many places it took me that long to find out what Michael Bublé’s distinct voice was.”
He continued: “A lot of stuff I did, I was honestly just trying to do an impersonation. Listen, I started when I was 26, so by the time I was in my 30s I started to feel like I had finally put together who I am. I also felt like I had the power for the first time to say, ‘This is how I'm gonna do it.’"
On Sunday, the soon-to-be dad will host the Juno Awards and we expect that this new air of confidence will only add to the charming, charismatic and captivating aspects of his personality that we have come to know and love.
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