Michael Buble made his first live performance since his vocal cords surgery at the Apple Music Festival in London!
Buble previewed his forthcoming album Nobody But Me as his setlist included new songs such as the upbeat title track and "On an Evening in Roma (Sotter Cella de Roma)" which was requested by his wife.
Among the night's highlights were his emotional and impromptu performance of Charlie Chaplin's "Smile" as he reflected on the scary state of the world today and the equally emotional "The Very Thought Of You" number which he dedicated to his grandmother.
He entertained the crowd not only with his singing capabilities but also with his hilarious spiels. The charming crooner even got a fan's phone and filmed himself while singing "Cry Me A River".
Watch his performance below!
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