Michael Buble soared to overnight fame at the comparatively late age of 25 after performing at the Canadian Prime Minister’s daughter’s nuptuals in 2000. Since then he has become his country’s hottest musical export. Sold over 25 million albums and has won two Grammy Awards. "Crazy in Love" was the second bestselling UK album of the year in 2010, beaten only by Take That’s Progress. The book reveals the secrets of his life as Mike Bublé a humble fisherman’s son in Vancouver where the now dapper singer bleached his hair, wore denim and sported hooped earrings. Why he turned his back on MTV to embrace the music of the Forties, Fifties and Sixties. How he met his first manager by lying about his age to enter a talent competition and his brief acting career. Exclusive details on his many recordings including the hard-to-find pre-fame releases. His high profile love affairs, including actress Emily Blunt and his forthcoming marriage to Argentine soap star Luisana Loreley Lopilato de la Torre. His ambivalent attitude to fame and his obsession with ice hockey. Sources include musicians, DJs and promoters who have worked with Michael Bublé at all stages of his career.