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Michael Buble Wins American Music Award

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Michael Bublé went home Sunday night with an AMA for Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist on ABC's American Music Awards. “It was truly an honor to win and be among so much amazing talent. It was a big night for Canadians—especially my family and Justin Bieber's," quipped Bublé.

Bublé left LA the very next morning to begin rehearsals for another run of 14 dates of his phenomenally successful “Crazy Love Tour, “ promoted by Beaver Productions which begins on November 23rd in Hershey, Pennsylvania. The tour continues across the US with a final performance at LA's Staples Center on December 13th which will be the 57th “Crazy Love" date in the US. Last month Bublé completed a sold out European tour which included two performances for 90, 000 fans in Dublin.

The Canadian superstar also continues his chart domination and currently holds the No. 1 and 2 top spots on the Billboard Top Jazz album chart for the last three weeks in a row with his multi-platinum CD “Crazy Love" and the deluxe EP of “Crazy Love" called “Hollywood." The “Crazy Love" CD originally debuted on October 2009 at the top of the Billboard Pop charts and included the top 20 pop single “Haven't Met You Yet, “ which was co-written by Bublé. “Hollywood, “ Bublé's current single, is No. 6 on the A/C charts and the video which included an unforgettable Bublé impersonation of Justin Bieber is No. 9 on VH-1's Top 20 countdown.

On the TV front, the multi Grammy winning Bublé will be performing on The Today Show on November 29th and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on December 14th.

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