Michael Buble to Host CTV's Broadcast of THE 2013 JUNO AWARDS, 4/21
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In an exclusive on-air message during last night's Super Bowl XLVII broadcast, it was revealed that international superstar Michael Buble will host THE 2013 JUNO AWARDS on CTV on Sunday, April 21 from Regina's Brandt Centre.
In the premiere of the 30-second promo, Bubl popped in-between Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger to deliver the message - both to the musical power couple and all Canadians -that he plans to hit all the right notes as host of this year's JUNO AWARDS broadcast. Click here to view the on-air message. Follow the conversation online at #JUNOAwards.
The multi-JUNO and GRAMMY Award-winning artist takes charge of Canada's Music Awards at an exciting time in his career. Bubl will soon be announcing details on the release of his forthcoming fifth studio album and will perform the album's first single during the JUNO AWARDS broadcast. In June, Michael will headline an incredible 10-night run at London's O2 Arena.
ETALK, the country's most-watched, most-trusted, and longest-running source for entertainment news, delivers an exclusive interview with Bubl tomorrow, Monday, Feb. 4 at 7 p.m. ET on CTV.
"It's a huge honour to be the host of a show that has done so much for Canadian talent, including myself," said Michael Bubl."I am going to do my very best to make it a great night!"
"We are privileged to have Michael Bubl take the helm as host of CTV's 2013 JUNO AWARDS broadcast," said Phil King, President, CTV Programming and Sports. "Mr. Bubl will no doubt impress Canadian audiences on the biggest and most spectacular night in Canadian music."
"This year's show is sure to be second to none with Michael Bubllighting up the stage with his infallible charm and charisma," said Melanie Berry, President & CEO, CARAS/The JUNO Awards. "I can't wait to see his incredible sense of humour shine!"
"Michael is without a doubt, one of the coolest and funniest guys in showbiz," said John Brunton, Executive Producer, THE 2013 JUNO AWARDS. "He's an absolute superstar and truly one of Canada's greatest ambassadors. This year the stars and moon have lined up and we're giving Canadians what they want, Michael Bubl."
Airing Sunday, April 21 from the Brandt Centre in Regina, tickets for THE 2013 JUNO AWARDS Go On sale on Friday, Feb. 22 at 10 a.m. CST. Tickets range from $59 to $189 (plus taxes and service charges) and are available through the Evraz Place Box Office, by phone at 1-800-970-7328, and online atwww.ticketmaster.ca. Nominations for the 2013 JUNO Awards will be announced on February 19, with further announcements on performers, presenters, and tickets to follow in the coming weeks.
A four-time JUNO Award performer and eleven-time JUNO Award winner, Bubl's trademark Style has taken the world by storm since he first burst onto the music scene. Born in Burnaby, B.C., Bubl had dreamt of being a musician since he was just two-years-old. His self-titled, debut album, released in 2003, featured classic standards, including "Fever" and "The Way You Look Tonight". The album launched Bubl into the limelight, seeing him win New Artist of the Year at the 2004 JUNO Awards. Bubl's second studio album, It's Time, released The Following year, again included classic standards, and as well included the original track "Home" which hit the top of the pop radio charts. The album won four JUNO Awards and, that same year, Bubl received his first two GRAMMY Award nominations. With the success of his third and fourth albums, Call Me Irresponsible and Crazy Love, he continued his meteoric rise to international acclaim, with appearances on OPRAH, THE X FACTOR, and SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, as well as taking part in the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games torch relay in Vancouver before the opening ceremony.
Since CTV joined forces with CARAS in 2002, THE JUNO AWARDS have travelled all across Canada and back, bringing the biggest show in Canadian music to millions of Canadians live in person and on television. CTV has broadcast THE JUNO AWARDS from St. John's (2002), Ottawa (2003), Edmonton (2004), Winnipeg (2005), Halifax (2006), Saskatoon (2007), Calgary (2008), Vancouver (2009), back to St. John's (2010), Toronto (2011), back to Ottawa (2012) and now, for the first time, Regina (2013).