Michael Bublé performed to a packed house last night at Montreal's Bell Centre. Concert-goers were transfixed by Bublé and gushed about the quality and level of audience interaction throughout the show. The Canadian crooner performed songs from his award-winning album, Crazy Love, as well as all the traditional standards. Bublé managed to create an intimate atmosphere in an enormous venue with 14,500 attendees. Reviews of the show have been overwhelming positive.
With his popularity at an all time high, and coming off of a Grammy win and 4 Junos, it is no surprise that among Bublé's fans are a few celebrities. One dedicated reader ran into radio and TV personality Véronique Cloutier and her comedian husband Louis Morissette (see picture to the left). Cloutier is probably most well-known for her extremely popular radio show, Les Midis de Vero, on Rythme FM and her 4 year stint as a VJ on MusiquePlus. In December of 2008 the couple hosted Radio-Canada's annual New Years Eve special, Bye Bye. The show was met with outrage and controversy. Viewers complained that the special was racist, vulgar and and anti-anglophone. Surprisingly is was recently announced that the couple has been asked to reprise their roles as producers for the 2010 edition of Bye Bye. After the announcement was made they posted a YouTube video apologizing in advance for their 2010 show. Last night, however, the couple was reportedly very friendly and looked like they were having a great time.
Thanks to Trish for the picture!
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