Michael Bublé makes a cab driver’s dreams come true as he joined the Canadian singer on stage

Michael Bublé, the Canadian crooner, has made a Brit cab driver's dreams come true as the singer pulled him on the stage. Michael Buble was performing on the weekend in Newcastle and he invited Jimmy Smart up to croon a rendition of Let It Snow.

Jimmy Smart is well known for his voice in Dundee, his hometown, and his wagerers even call him 'Jimmy Bublé.'! When the Canadian singer’s team got wind of it, they offered Smart free tickets to the first row of his concert.
But this was not enough, after that Buble called out to smart in the audience and asked him to come up on the stage. Jimmy, now 53, told a leading UK based tabloid that he just could not believe that it was happening. It was the biggest thrill of his life. I would never forget that night.

Michael Buble is back in the United Kingdom for the 'MB World Tour' that has seen him travel the planet for over a year. Meanwhile, on Sunday, he surprised the X Factor rooters after appearing from behind a screen to croon a duet with Frozen star Idina Menzel. They sang of 'Baby It's Cold Outside'.

The duo appeared to be relishing a real great time singing together, however Mel B and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini came under fire as they did not give Michael and Idina a standing ovation like everyone else, including Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh.