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VIDEO: Michael Buble Performs New Single on DANCING WITH THE STARS

May 1
8:50 2013
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Michael Bublé appeared on last night's DANCING WITH THE STARS results show on ABC. The award-winning artist performed his rendition of "Come Dance With Me," a track from his new album, To Be Loved. The song was originally recorded byFrank Sinatra in 1959. Check out the performance below!

"To Be Loved," produced by Bob Rock, was recorded in Vancouver and Los Angeles and includes a mix of standards as well as four original songs all co-written by Bublé. "After All," one of the four originals, was co-written and performed by fellow Canadian Bryan Adams.

The new album also includes hits previously recorded by some of Bublé's musical heroes including the Bee Gees hit "To Love Somebody," Dean Martin's "Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You)", the Jackson 5 early '70s SMASH "Who's Loving You," Jackie Wilson's "To Be Loved" and the Elvis Presley classic "Have I Told You Lately." Bublé is joined by actress Reese Witherspoon on the classic Frank and Nancy Sinatra duet "Something Stupid."



VIDEO: Michael Buble Performs New Single on DANCING WITH THE STARS



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