Michael Buble

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BUBLE JOINS CITYVILLE

Canadian singer Michael Buble is leading his "Christmas" flavor in to the virtual world. The Canadian superstar is in co-operation with Facebook game "CityVille" to give an interactive gift to his fans throughout the holidays.

The players of the game will be capable of socializing with the personal embodiment of Michael Buble. The embodiment would sing and speak in different settings that include a holiday bonfire and hunt for gifts.

Buble Rocks the Rodgers

Where: Rogers Arena When: Friday night Grade: A

From the opening bars of the James Bond-y string intro he wrote for his version of "Cry Me a River," hometown boy Michael Buble owned Rogers Arena Friday night.

Following with "All of Me," he had already shimmied, slid and spun across that slightly angled stage he's used for a few tours now, looking good and sounding fine.

The big announcement he'd teased about earlier in the day? That all proceeds from his local shows were being donated to BC Children's Hospital. Nice.

Buble Gets his Dream

Canadian singer Michael Bublé got what he always wanted in Santa Monica on Wednesday evening - No, not Take That Tour Tickets! - but playing in Santa Monica.

"It's a dream come true for me to play in a mall like this," he told the well-heeled crowd crammed into the shoe department on the lower level."I idolized [pop star] Tiffany growing up."

Buble Tours Winnipeg

Michael Bublé's "Crazy Love" tour came to Winnipeg on Friday night, bringing the singer back to a city he loves to perform for.

"The truth is, they're usually the best audiences," he said of the crowds he's played for in smaller cities. "Winnipeg and Saskatchewan are probably going to be a lot more rowdy than Toronto."

While in Winnipeg, Bublé ate at Hermanos Restaurant and Wine Bar - and raved about the experience to reporters at a press conference before his show.

He also celebrated his tour manager's 52nd birthday at Hy's by buying everyone drinks.

Get the Buble App!

How big is Michael Bublé? How about big enough to have his own iPhone app?

Released late last month and offered at a cost of $0.99, the Michael Bublé Canadian Tour app has been allowing fans to get up close and personal with the new croon king and get all the latest updates in the Bublé universe. It features some of the essentials to satisfy any fan's craving, including:

- "Michael & Me": Place yourself in a photo with Bublé and post and share with your friends.
- Promos and contests: Get the opportunity to win Bublé swag, even concert tickets.