Vancouver native Michael Bublé is singing a happy tune today as it was just announced that the crooner is one of seven 2015 recipients of stars on Canada’s Walk of Fame. He joins a stellar lineup of inductees, which includes Don Cherry, Ron Maclean, Lawrence Hill, Lorne Greene, Wendy Crewson and Olympian Silken Laumann.
After a successful turn as host of last year’s festivities, actor Jason Priestley will return as MC during a night of celebration in Toronto on Nov. 9, with a televised broadcast airing on Dec. 17 (Global).
With more than 50-million albums sold, four GRAMMY awards and 12 Junos, Michael is more than worthy of the honour. The 40-year old star is expected to be on hand to unveil his star, which will shine bright alongside those of other Canadian icons like Celine Dion, Shania Twain, Terry Fox and Wayne Gretzky. Last year Hollywood A-listers Rachel McAdams and Ryan Reynolds were toasted for their accomplishments in film and television.
Past recipients have been known to bring family members with them to the ceremony, so it’s very likely that Michael will do the same. The ‘Just Haven’t Met You Yet’ singer’s support team includes his adorable two-year-old son Noah and wife Luisana, who is currently expecting the couple’s second child, due to arrive later this year.