Michael Bublé
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Michael Bublé To Receive Hollywood Walk Of Fame Star

Michael Bublé has been keeping fans on their toes with announcements coming one after the other lately.

After a recent album announcement, it has now been revealed (Nov. 8) that Bublé will be receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The ceremony will take place on Nov. 16 in front of the W Hollywood Hotel in California. This is the same day as the release of his new album Love (symbolized by a heart emoji).

Despite this already impressive announcement, news has not stopped for fans of Bublé this week. The ‘Haven’t Met You Yet’ singer has also announced that he is going back on tour in 2019 throughout the United States. The tour will include 27 cities beginning in Tampa, FL on Feb. 13 and will conclude in Washington on April 6. The tour is called ‘Don’t Believe The Rumors,’ but the rumor is definitely true about this series of concerts.

“I’m going to go back to what I was made to do,” Bublé said in a statement.

He believes that this new album is the “greatest record” he has ever made and is excited to share an LP full of love, romance and laughter.

Two tracks from this upcoming album have been released and are now available for both purchasing and streaming. The songs are titled “When I Fall In Love” and “Love You Anymore.” Fans have been enjoying these tracks and have gotten a taste of what the album may sound like, but that does not make this wait any easier for them.

Bublé went on a hiatus beginning in 2016 due to his son being diagnosed with cancer. Since then, he has released his two latest singles and is eager to share this album with the world.

Love will be Bublé’s 10th studio album after his album “Nobody But Me” which was released in 2016. Things have been quite exciting for the singer considering his newest work will be available shortly on Nov. 16 and he will also be receiving his star on the same day.

What makes you most excited about Love? Tweet us using @CelebMix and let us know!

Written by Alessandra

A music journalist originally from the New York area who loves to speak and write about music of all different genres. The world of sound is filled with endless possibilities and experiences.