Michael Bublé Sings Adorable Duet With Fan Katy Saunders On Sinatra’s “Somethin’ Stupid”

Michael Bublé sang the cutest duet with fan Katy Saunders on Frank Sinatra’s “Somethin’ Stupid” at his show at the Leeds Arena. The pair showed off plenty of chemistry and the sweet romantic lyrics of the tune gave the performance a real feelgood vibe which the crowd just ate up.

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Bublé began the segment of his show with a monologue and then asked if anyone in the crowd wanted to sing with him. Saunders volunteered and the traditional pop star told her “think about a song that you think could blow the audience away.” Saunders then picked Frank and Nancy Sinatra’s 1967 hit, and with Bublé being a Sinatra fanatic, naturally he was 100% onboard. Check out the pair’s adorable duet on the song in the video below, which has gained 2.8 million views on YouTube.

Before the song Bublé told Saunders “you look so terrified but don’t be. Don’t even think about it. Just enjoy yourself.” Bublé then opened up on the jazz classic with his golden voice, and with such a superb take on it, it’s no surprise why the Canadian singer is often compared to Ol’ Blue Eyes.

Bublé and Saunders then joined their voices together, leaning over close on the same mic as they looked into each others’ eyes. Saunders put her arm around the pop star, then took it away after a moment, but Bublé soon put it back on and they sang the song in each others’ arms. There were lots of smiles shared between the pair and the audience were loving seeing them nail the romantic duet together. You can hear Bublé’s studio version of “Somethin’ Stupid” with Reese Witherspoon below.

Fans online also loved Bublé and Saunders’ duet on the song, adding positive comments below the video such as “This is my favourite Michael Buble video singing with an audience member. One affectionate touch and she immediately relaxed and she excelled! It was as if no one else was in the room,” and “She was incredible! She came in on the right harmonic pitch, and stayed perfect all the way to near the end when she joined him on the melody. Such poise and such beautiful music making.” Saunders herself dropped into the comments on the video to thank fans for their warm words, and described the duet with Bublé as a “dream come true”.

Bublé recorded “Somethin’ Stupid” for his eighth studio album To Be Loved, which featured four originals and ten cover songs. The duet is notable for being one of the very few musical releases by actress Reese Witherspoon, who delivered a totally on-point vocal performance on the track. The recording is one of numerous times Bublé has performed songs made famous by Frank Sinatra, who Bublé has named as a major influence on him as a singer.

“Somethin’ Stupid” was originally written and recorded by American songwriter Carson Parks in 1966, and Sinatra recorded the song with his daughter Nancy the following year. The Sinatra version became a huge international hit, and went to number one on both sides of the Atlantic.

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