Michael Bublé stunned by fan’s incredible impromptu performance of 'Fly Me To The Moon'
30 September 2022, 14:06
Michael Bublé was stunned after a fan took the microphone at one of his concerts back in 2019.
Michael Bublé has been entertaining crowds for years, but he was almost outshone during one performance in Nashville.
In a clip shared on YouTube, the crooner can be seen handing his microphone over to a fan in the crowd called Andrew Zarrillo.
When Bublé asked him: “Want me to help you?", Andrew replied: "No, I'm fine."
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And it’s clear to see why he was so confident, as the fan then took to the mic with an incredible rendition of Sinatra's 1954 hit, ‘Fly me to the Moon.’
Blown away by Andrew’s voice, Michael jokingly ran away from the stage as the crowd cheered and clapped loudly.
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Andrew shared the incredible moment online in 2019, with the caption: "Everyone thought it was scripted but it's a totally impromptu moment!"
The clip has now been watched more than 27 million times, as one person joked in the comments: “We've all heard of crashing weddings.. But Andrew has introduced us to crashing concerts.”
Someone else said: “This was epic. Michael Buble handing you the mic and letting you sing Frank Sinatra! You killed it! Nice work!”
A third added: “This guy has such a voice of an angel the even Micheal Bublé was surprised.”