BU­BLE READY TO STAY MUM

The Gold Coast Bulletin - Play Magazine - - LIVE & LOUD - Michael Bu­ble plays Bris­bane En­ter­tain­ment Cen­tre May 12 and 13.

MICHAEL Bu­ble is hop­ing to avoid con­tro­versy dur­ing his Aus­tralian tour, some­thing he says he's had to deal with the last few times he was Down Un­der. “It seems like ev­ery time I come to Aus­tralia there's a huge con­tro­versy, not a huge one but enough of one,” he told a press con­fer­ence in Syd­ney last week. Bu­ble was crit­i­cised for ap­pear­ing drunk dur­ing his per­for­mance at last year's Logies — but he de­nies this was the case. “So I'm just hop­ing this time there's not one [con­tro­versy]. One time there was the John Sta­mos con­tro­versy. An­other time there was that Harry Con­nick Jr con­tro­versy. “An­other time there was, who's the rap­per who said Rove was a racist? ... ev­ery time there's been some­thing.” Bu­ble spoke highly of his new son, Noah, who was born to the singer and his wife, Luisana Lopi­lato, last Au­gust. “When I walk down the street I don't un­der­stand why I'm not stopped by ev­ery hu­man be­ing so they can meet the most in­cred­i­ble baby that ever was,” he said. “His poop is fas­ci­nat­ing to me ... no baby could poop the way my baby can poop, he’s a ge­nius.” When quizzed by a re­porter from Kyle and Jackie O's show who said Kyle Sandi­lands wanted to know if the baby was his be­cause it's so cute, Bu­ble replied: “My wife is so hot it could have been Kyle with her and the kid still would have been cute.” Bu­ble said his lat­est tour tops the last one he brought to Aus­tralia al­though say­ing the show is six times bet­ter than the last would den­i­grate it. “I live for it. I have no nerves, I can’t wait to get started.”

Michael Bu­ble

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