Michael Bublé shares his ‘aggressive’ encounter with an animal

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Recently, Michael Bublé appeared on The Kelly Clarkson Show, where he talked about his encounter with a polar bear, which made him feel like he was having a near-death experience.

The “Everything” singer said that after attending a party he went out with Barry Pepper and came across the unique but aggressive animal, Polar Bear, which looks very cuddly in the commercials but gave a drastic experience to Michael in Canada.

Michael Bublé was about to be the lunch for Polar Bear

On Tuesday, Michael Bubble appeared on The Kelly Clarke Show, and while sharing other things, he came up with an experience he had in Canada with Barry Pepper.

The actor shared that after attending a party with Barry, he suggested they should go down the beach, which was a peaceful idea until Michael was encountered by an aggressive animal on the beach, a polar bear.

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Michael Bublé is a winner of five Grammy awards and fifteen Juno Awards (Credits: @michaelbuble/Instagram

Michael, along with Barry and a resident friend of the place, ran downwards to the beach excitedly until they realized there were polar bears on the beach. 

In the beginning, during the moment, they were like, ‘You know what we should do?’ We should race down the beach. Following this, they all ran down the beach, and suddenly the guy who lived there just started swearing. The singer mentions that he literally started swearing at them and just screaming ‘bloody murder’.

Michael continued that they did not realize they were running to certain death because the beach was full of polar bears down there, and “they’re the most aggressive, but God, they are so cuddly.”

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Michael Bublé has donated $50,000 to the victims of the Black Saturday bushfires at a charity concert at Lakeside Secondary School (Credits: @michaelbuble/Instagram

Kelly responded, “They’re beautiful,” and gave an example of the Coca-Cola commercials in which they are like snuggling jokingly as she wrapped her arms in an air hug. Michael said, “Yeah, but they will eat you.”

The singer was so shocked that he could not even realize the fact that during all this whole thing that happened, he had come so close to death and said, “Sometimes I wonder about how close I was to being like a little polar bear lunch,” as he laughed.

Kelly added that who would have thought there were just Polar bears, like nobody ever hears, “Oh, that’s Polar bears hanging on the beach?” because it just does not happen.

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In December 2023 Michael Bublé appeared on the Diary of the CEO podcast and shared about the changes the cancer of his son brought in his life (Credits: @michaelbuble/Instagram)

Just a month ago, in December 2023, when Michael appeared on an episode of The Diary of a CEO podcast, he opened up about his 10-year-old son Noah’s liver cancer diagnosis when he was asked about the shift in priorities in his life by host Steven Bartlett.

That time of his life was like a sledgehammer to his reality, and he can never be that carefree anymore, but it’s okay for him. The singer finds being able to exist a privilege, and despite the fear, the suffering, the pain, and all those things that came into his life, he thinks it is a part of a beautiful life.

Further moving on with his statement, he said he thinks that he did not have his priorities straight. He loved his family but felt he was just focused on his career ambition at that time and added “How do I become the baddest, biggest best? More ego, more power, more money.”

Michael Bublé and his kids
Michael Bublé got married to Luisana Lopilato in 2011 and shares four kids with her- Noah,(10), Elias (7), (Vida 5), and Cielo (16 months) (Credits: Metro.co.uk)

On which he shares that the cancer diagnosis of his son had rocked his world as it pulled the curtains from his eyes. The Haven’t Met You Yet! singer shares four kids with his wife, Luisana Lopilato: Noah (10), Elias (7), Vida (5), and Cielo (16 months).

The Canadian-Italian singer and songwriter, Michael Steven Bublé, has a record of over 75 million records worldwide and numerous awards, including five Grammy Awards and 15 Juno Awards.

His 2005 album, It’s Time, and 2027 album, Call Me Irresponsible, bought him worldwide audience recognition and also reached number one on the Canadian albums chart, the UK album chart, the US Billboard 200, the Australian ARIA album charts, and several European charts.

The 2021 holiday album of Michael, Christmas got into the Billboard 200 in first place for the final four weeks of 2011, and in the first week of 2012, it also made the top 5 in the United Kingdom.

Michael resides in Burnaby, British Columbia, and holds dual Italian-Canadian citizenship. He is also a celebrity supporter of the Vancouver Canucks; in December 2008, he co-owned the Vancouver Giants.


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