Michael Bublé will host his first holiday Christmas show in a star studded special airing on Tuesday, December 6th from 8-9 pm ET. The multi-Grammy Award winning Canadian will sing songs from his new Christmas album including such classics as White Christmas, Feliz Navidad and Jingle Bells, and will be joined by guest stars Justin Bieber, Kellie Pickler, Thalía, Oscar the Grouch, The Puppini Sisters and Naturally 7. The special will also include comedy shorts featuring Michael and NBC stars Tracy Morgan (30 Rock) and Ed Helms (The Office).
“We are very excited to partner with Michael Bublé on his first holiday special”, said Doug Vaughan, SVP of Special Programs and Late Night for NBC. “We invite our viewers to ring in this holiday season with this incredibly talented performer.”
“A Michael Buble Christmas” is produced by Brad Lachman Productions (Christmas in Rockefeller Center, The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade), and Electus (Fashion Star, Mob Wives).
“We could not be more excited to partner with NBC and Michael Buble to bring this all-star Christmas special to audiences this holiday season” said Ben Silverman, Founder of Electus.
A dynamic singer, gifted actress and inspired businesswoman, Thalía Sodi, better known to her countless fans as just Thalía, is an international superstar. This beloved Latina’s career has spun almost three decades, which began when she was just 9 years old. She has sold over 40 million records worldwide.
She has had 15 top 10 singles, 6 of which went to number one. Thalía has received numerous awards and accolades including, 2 Latin Billboard awards and several Premios Juventud awards. She is considered Mexico’s most famous telenovela actress with legions of followers from the Americas to Europe to Asia and the Far East. She has been named one of People Magazine’s Most Beautiful (Más Bellos) a record eight times.
Thalía is a spokesperson for the March of Dimes and is a supporter of such non-profit organizations as The Robin Hood Foundation, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and most recently Casita Maria, an afterschool program and facility serving primarily Hispanic children of the South Bronx.