Fans who watched Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway track were perplexed to see Michael Bublé on the show in March, when they joked about him appearing so often around Christmas to promote the music. his carnival music
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Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway was flustered when Michael Bublé appeared on tonight’s show.
The Haven’t Met You Yet singer appeared on ITV tonight alongside hosts Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly on a very special Big Band End of the Show but fans were distracted by the his early appearance in March.
Michael makes regular appearances around Christmas to promote his hugely popular festival album, so fans watching the show today were baffled to find him on TV at the beginning. year, when there are still nine months until December.
Taking to Twitter, viewers joked about Michael appearing in the show’s very special ending.
A third shared: “Michael Bublè is in the spotlight now, surely it’s not Christmas yet? #SaturdayNightTakeaway, “with the fourth spelling:” michael bublé? didn’t realize it was christmas #saturdaynighttakeaway. ”
“Who gave? @MichaelBuble out of the box it’s not #Xmas laugh #SaturdayNightTakeaway #antanddec @itvtakeaway“, a fifth was written as they watched the latest version of Ant and Dec’s hit Saturday night show.
While some were surprised, others were moved to see Michael back on their TVs.
“Oh, that made my night, homage to michael! It was fun! #SaturdayNightTakeaway #Michaelbuble #antanddec“, one person wrote, as a second added: “I am officially in love with Bublè #SaturdayNightTakeaway. ”
“And my favorite Michael Buble was on. It’s already a good show #SaturdayNightTakeaway“, a third person wrote online.
Michael has been away from the limelight for a while to care for his poor son, who has since recovered. He recently recalled how he was told how his career would end if he took time to be with his family.
“When I left and went through my family stories with my son, I never knew if I’d come back. Then different promoters said to me, ‘Listen Mike. This could end with you,” he said.
“People quickly forget. They do. You walk away and they move on to the next thing.”
He admitted he cried after his first show back, adding: “My first show back, I played Croke Park in Dublin, Ireland and I cried for two hours after that. That’s too emotional for me. I’m so happy. Noah is great, thank God.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/saturday-night-takeaway-fans-question-26564474 Saturday Night Takeaway fans question if it's already Christmas when Michael Bublé joins the show