Michael Bublé serenades fan who was unable to attend concert via video call live on stage

Publish Date
Friday, 24 May 2019, 2:00PM

One lucky Michael Bublé fan had all her dreams come true last night; after she was serenaded by the 43-year-old singer on FaceTime.

Beccy Walsh, from Birmingham, bought her father tickets to Bublé's concert as a present for his 50th birthday.

But sadly, she was unable to attend herself.

As her father FaceTimed her from the show, Michael spotted the phone and grabbed it before directly singing 'Lazy River' to her.

The 29-year-old said it was "a dream come true" when the 'Haven't Met You Yet' singer spoke to her from the stage.

"I can't even explain what it meant to me," she told BBC News.

"It was a once in a lifetime thing," she said. "He sang to me; he was so lovely. Honestly, how lovely of him to do that."

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Her husband hilariously "missed the whole thing" as he was taking a shower at the time.

"He just couldn't believe it," she added.

Bublé is currently on his Don’t Believe The Rumors tour, which is his first time on the road since announcing his five-year-old son Noah had been diagnosed with cancer in 2016.

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