Michael Bublé describes how his big break in music came after singing at a wedding.
Michael Bublé spent ten years singing in bars and nightclubs and struggling to make a living. Through a friend, he was introduced to the Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney who asked Michael Bublé to sing at his daughter's wedding. Brian Mulroney subsequently introduced him to music producer David Foster who had worked with artists such as Whitney Houston, Céline Dion, and Madonna, and his career took off from there.
Now when people pay to see me, it's a nice feeling.
Michael Bublé says that if he had not got that break, he probably would have gone into journalism. However, he found writing to be far more challenging than singing and performing.
This episode of the Late Late Show was broadcast on 5 October 2007. The presenter is Pat Kenny.