Bublé has clearly carried that love of Christmas and its signature carols into adulthood. This season he released his own record, dubbed simply 'Christmas,' and will be crooning those tunes in a Dec 6. NBC/CTV special 'A Michael Bublé Christmas' alongside stars like fellow Canadian Christmas fanboy Justin Bieber. He also recently appeared on CTV's 'A Russel Peters Christmas.'
"Christmas is a holiday that I love. I'm crazy about it. I always will be. My family made it a really special time for us and one day I want to make it special for my own family," Bublé tells AOL Music.
"I believe this is the most important record of my life. If I've done it right, if I've done what I think I've done, it will be part of my legacy," he says of his holiday follow-up to the seven-million-selling 'Crazy Love,' which features a Shania Twain duet on 'White Christmas' as well as an original carol, 'Cold December Night.'
"Long after my pop songs are tired and gone and people have started selling my records for 15 cents at a pawn shop, I really hope this thing gets played every and that some kid gets out it what I got out of listening to Bing."
"Bottom line," Bublé adds, "it's a huge honour to be invited into people's home to share this important time with them."