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Christmas shopping has left my bank account looking pretty tragic so I’ll be spending my Friday night at home.

Luckily, I’ll be pleasantly entertained with dozens of shows and movies airing on the TV across the weekend.

As usual, I will be tuning into The Graham Norton Show which never fails to make Friday nights that little bit better. The chat show is bound to cheer us up on this quiet Friday with another stellar line-up.

The Corkman will be joined by the legend that is Judi Dench, who will chat about her iconic career.

Hugh Grant also joins Graham on tonight’s show and we’re eager to see what the Notting Hill actor says about those election results. He will be promoting his new movie The Gentlemen.

And that’s not all.

Christmas crooner Michael Bublé is appearing on the show.

And there’s more.

Hollywood actor Matthew McConaughey, who stars alongside Grant, will join his co-star to discuss their movie The Gentlemen.

There will be music from Coldplay who will perform their new song Everyday Life.

The Graham Norton Show airs on BBC1 at 11.25pm.


We were thrilled when Michael Bublé announced his Irish gigs, and now the time has finally come…

Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning!

The Haven’t Met You Yet singer is touring his newest album called Love, which was released last week.

He will be coming to Dublin and Belfast in summer 2019, so mark the day in your calendar.

The singing sensation will be performing in Dublin's 3Arena on June 6 and Belfast's SSE Arena on June 9, 2019.

Tickets will be available on Ticketmaster from 9:00am tomorrow morning.

They start at €90.50 including booking fee for Dublin and £80 for Belfast performances.

But make sure to get them quickly, for the singer’s popularity is guaranteed to sell out seats.

Last summer, the Feeling Good singer returned to the stage after a lengthy absence for sold out shows at Croke Park, Dublin and London’s Hyde Park.

His voice is pure, old-timey magic and we can’t wait to see him on stage.


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Global superstar Michael Bublé has announced Irish dates at 3Arena Dublin on June 6 and SSE Arena Belfast on June 9, 2019.

Tickets go on sale on Friday, November 23, at 9 am.

Order the new album love from www.goldendiscs.ie before 11:59 pm on Sunday, November 18 for access to pre-sale concert tickets.

Love is Michael’s 8th major studio album, which will be available this Friday, November 16.

Last summer, the Feeling Good singer returned to the stage after a lengthy absence for sold out shows at Croke Park, Dublin and London’s Hyde Park.

Michael Bublé has sold over 60 million records worldwide, performed hundreds of sold-out shows around the globe, and won four Grammys and multiple Juno Awards during the course of his extraordinary career.

Tickets from €90.50 including booking fee for Dublin & from £80 for Belfast go on sale Friday, November 23 at 9 am.


We know Christmas is still a good few weeks away but we must admit that we are very excited to hear that one of our favourite singers is releasing a Christmas album.

Get ready to listen to this on repeat for all of December because there’s no doubt it’ll be playing on every single radio station during the festive period.

Following in the footsteps of Michael Bublé and Kylie Minogue, this Grammy award winner has decided to embrace the most wonderful time of year by releasing an album full of Christmas tracks.

Newly anointed EGOT winner and critically acclaimed, multi-platinum singer-songwriter John Legend has announced his first Christmas album, A Legendary Christmas.


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The album is executive produced by Raphael Saadiq and will be released by Columbia Records on October 26.

The All Of Me singer has enlisted the help of one of the biggest names in music to make the album even more special. Stevie Wonder will play the harmonica on opening song What Christmas Means To Me.


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The album will feature classic Christmas hits like Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas and The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)

John Legend’s album is bound to get you in the Christmas spirit, once Halloween is over that is.

A Legendary Christmas by John Legend will be released on October 26. Time to add it to our Christmas present wish-list.



Michael Bublé and his wife, Luisana Lopilato, welcomed their third child a few days ago, and the singer just revealed their daughter's gorgeous little name. 


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The couple, who are also parents to five-year-old Noah and two-year-old Elisa, named their little girl Vida Amber Betty Bublé, and there is a very special reason why they chose these particular names. 

According to OK! magazine, Michael's mum is called Amber while Betty is the name of Luisana's mother.


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The little tot's first name, Vida, means 'life' in Spanish – Luisana's native language. 

Luisana announced the arrival of her baby girl on July 26th.

The mum-of-three posted a black and white photo of the newborn's tiny hand, writing in Spanish:

"How to explain that the heart of love exploits us? That we do not reach the house of the day to contemplate it.

"I thank God for making us this gift of life and happiness, because looking in her eyes is looking at heaven itself!

“We love you to infinity and beyond. We waited for you not only to grow as a family… you gave us light, hope, you are and will be our souls’ life."

Congratulations to the couple; we absolutely adore the name. 


As the festive season fast approaches, it's time to reignite our love for the 'King of Cool' himself, Michael Bublé.

And what better way to reacquaint yourself with the Canadian crooner than a fully seated concert at Dublin's Croke Park?

That's right, the multi-Grammy award winner has just announced he will perform at the iconic venue on Saturday, July 7, 2017.

This will be his first performance on Irish shores in five years and his only Irish date of 2018.

Speaking about the announcement, Michael said: “I can’t wait to come over to see my fans in Dublin and play Croke Park for my largest ever Irish show! "

"You guys have been patient and I can't thank you enough for all your support. And for those of you that haven’t seen me live, well… I just haven’t met you yet!”

Tickets from €89.50 including booking fee go on sale Friday, November 17, at 9am via Ticketmaster.



Michael Bublé’s three-year-old son, Noah, has reportedly been diagnosed with liver cancer.

According to Argentinian magazine Gente, Michael and his wife Luisana Lopilato received the devastating news after doctors in LA conducted a liver biopsy on their young son.

Noah is believed to have started a four month period of chemotherapy.  The Mail Online has reported that the singer’s son has a 90 percent chance of beating his illness.

Late last week, Michael took to Facebook to confirm Noah’s cancer diagnosis.

Initial reports had speculated that the couple’s oldest child was suffering with the mumps.  This has since been ruled out.

The 41-year-old Canadian stated that both he and his actress wife will be taking time away from their careers to concentrate on their family.



Look, we've all seen the episodes where the Late Late is just Ryan rounding up his Montrose mates for a bit of a chat. 

But credit where it's due – on other occasions Tubers and his band of merry RTÉ researchers really pull out the big guns.

And this Friday is one of those weeks. Up on the couch is none-than Canadian Christmas crooner and all-round hilarious guy Michael Buble. 

That's not all, however. Also in studio is Graham Norton, as well as Donal Skeehan, and Kerry footballer Kieran Donaghy.

To top it all up, the Late Late is celebrating the legendary Joe Dolan with tribute performances from – mega-swoon – Nathan Carter.


The Late Late Show, this Friday, RTÉ One at 9.35pm


Ladies, we'll all need to chill our jets this Thursday because Michael Buble will be in Ireland.

The Canadian crooner will be on Irish shores to pre-record an interview and perform on The Late Late Show.

And to top it all off, they're looking for a few audience members so you might be able to see him in the flesh.

The Late Late's Twitter account wrote: "Ladies, remain calm! @michaelbuble coming to #latelate for special pre-record performance/interview. Email latelateextra@rte.ie for details.

Can you imagine the excitement?!


Singer Michael Bublé and his wife of four years Luisana Lupilato have just welcomed a second little bundle of joy into the world. 

Announcing the news on Twitter last night, the couple revealed that mother and child are healthy and happy. 

"And then there were four," read the caption of an adorable photo of the pair cradling the hours-old child. 

"Introducing Noah's little brother Elias Bublè."


The 28-year-old gave birth to the healthy baby at some point yesterday evening. 

The Haven't Met You Yet singer and actress have a 2 year old son, Noah who was born in August 2013 and the pair wed in a private ceremony in 2011. 


Does anyone remember when Emily Blunt and Michael Bublé were an item?

Well back in 2008 they were, and had been for three years. Emily, 32, has been doing the rounds of late to promote her new film Sicario. She sat down with DJ Howard Stern when he asked her about what really prompted the breakup between the pair.

Now married to John Krasinski, Emily apparently found it very difficult to talk about her past relationship saying: “I don’t know. It’s complicated.”

The host had asked Emily about Michael’s alleged cheating.

While Emily maintains that they “had a great time” together and she still loves his family, the cheating rumours were apparently off-limits.

“I never want to talk about it. I can’t do it,” she added.

Emily and John have been married since 2010 and have a one year old daughter, Hazel. Michael’s wife is pregnant with the couple’s second child. The couple also have a two-year old son together, Noah.

Aside from discussing her ex-boyfriends, Emily also brought back some memories from her time working on The Devil Wears Prada.

She revealed that one of her most popular lines from the film was actually inspired by a frustrated mom in the supermarket.

“I saw a mother speaking to her child in a supermarket when we were shooting that film.

She yelled at her kid and she kind of opened and closed her hand and she goes, 'Yeah, I’m hearing this, and I want to hear this.”

The actress added that it is a line that fans will still often quote back to her now, more than 10 years since the film was first released. We’re not surprised, it was a pretty amazing moment.



A scary two weeks have ended in happiness for the Bublé family, with Michael and his wife Luisana Lopilato last night revealing they were expecting another addition to their brood.

The news comes just days after the couple's first son Noah was rushed to hospital with serious burns following an accident involving scalding water in their Buenos Aires home.

Thankfully little Noah seems to be doing well back home and was even well enough to help his mum and dad reveal their big news to the world via social media. Michael posted a video late last night showing Noah touching his mum's belly as she encourages him to say "Hi baby." The cute clip was captioned, "Noah has something to tell you."


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Loving the Minions pyjamas…

After what was no doubt a terrifying few days, Michael took to Instagram on July 1 to thank fans for their support and let them know little Noah had been discharged from hospital. "I'm happy to report that he is home, happy and healthy on what turned out to be a great Canada day," he wrote.

The Home singer married Argentinian model Luisana in 2011, after meeting her at one of his concerts a few years earlier.

When they first crossed paths, Michael had no Spanish and Luisana only knew the basics of English… true love or what?