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It’s a beautiful day anytime we hear that Michael Bublé is returning to the JUNO Awards. The charismatic crooner has just been announced as the host of the 2017 JUNO Awards, a gig he last hosted back in 2013, which earned him a Canadian Screen Award for Best Host. So, yeah, he’s really good at it.
The 2017 JUNO Awards will be broadcast live from the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa on April 2, with ticket sales starting this Saturday through Ticketmaster.
While we already know that Bublé is going to rock the JUNOs (see above award), there are some people who may have missed his 2013 hosting gig and need a little convincing.
Bublé will be sharpening his hosting skills when he takes on the Brit Awards in March.
He looks great on a red carpet, especially when his wife Luisana is there.
He’s been a part of the JUNO Awards for over a decade, winning his first of 12 JUNOs in 2004.
He may even find the next great singer in the audience.
The Vancouver native is willing to risk his personal safety for the sake of the JUNOs.
If we’re lucky, he may extend his hosting duties into a performance.
Watch Michael Bublé host the 2017 JUNO Awards on Sunday, April 2 on CTV.