WATCH: Michael Bublé reveals to Toni, Jase & Sam he's never making Christmas music again
- Publish Date
- Wednesday, 1 December 2021, 3:55PM
Toni, Jase and Sam were lucky enough to be joined by the legendary crooner, Michael Bublé on the Feel Good Breakfast show today ... and he just so happened to let some very big news slip!
When asked by Jase over video call if there are any other artists he would like to collaborate on a Christmas song with, the 46-year-old singer dropped the bomb he will never make festive music again.
"There's lots of beautiful singers, but you'll never hear me do another Christmas thing," he told the trio.
"Oh, don't say that!" Jase responded.
To which the Canadian star said: "No, that's it man. Listen I made one record, it's funny, I've said this many times, I didn't make a Christmas record, I wanted to make THE Christmas record and I made what I thought was the fundamental, you know was the real deal, and that's it.
"You know the reason that you're even talking to me right now is because it's the 10th anniversary and so I wanted to come out and celebrate, but the truth is, that's it."
He continued: "I'm not done listening, I really genuinely love the holiday and if Ed Sheeran calls me says 'Mike, I'm doing a special next year would you come and sing?' Yeah, because I love Ed. But will you be talking to me about the 11th special super deluxe album? No."
But to brighten our spirits, the father-of-three went on to reveal that he has a new album coming out.
Having trouble hiding his enthusiasm, Bublé called the upcoming album "the best thing I have ever done".
"If you want to know what I am most excited about, it's that," Bublé said.
The 'Feeling Good' hitmaker then shared the highly emotional journey that led to the recording of the new album, starting with his oldest son Noah's diagnosis with hepatoblastoma, a rare form of liver cancer at the age of three.
"I think I just opened myself up to the universe and to saying yes," he told Toni, Jase & Sam. "That helped me to create and to work with some of my favourite people in writing. It's some of the best songs I've ever written."
Bublé also touched on the harsh reality of living through the pandemic these past two years.
"I think we have all probably changed and we can all probably relate to each other more than we ever could before."
"During the pandemic, I just started making music in my underwear in the kitchen, with the kids running around and it was just easy."
While a firm release date for the album is yet to be announced it would be safe to say that it won't be long and we can't for it to come out!
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