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Michael Bublé reveals bad boy past

2012-02-22 20:09
 

Los Angeles - Michael Bublé has opened up about his bad boy past. 

The singer is known for his mellow music but Michael admitted he has a wild past which includes getting kicked out of a basketball game in Canada for fighting and being thrown off the set of TV show The X Files.

He told the Daily Star newspaper: "I have had fights. I got kicked out of the Vancouver Grizzlies for fighting with a fan. And when I was working at a small club in Vancouver I got kicked out for fighting someone who flipped a cigarette at the bartender."

Wild ways

"I got kicked off the set of the X Files when they filmed in Vancouver. I was an extra and they were treated so badly, so I went to catering and took a hotdog. Which was a big thing."

However, Michael insists he has left his wild ways behind him since marrying model Luisana Loreley in April 2011 and recently admitted he wants to have children soon.

He said: "I've said to Luisana a million times I'd love to have kids. But I always say to her when you're ready - when you feel like you've lived and you've partied and done all the things you want to do. When you've worked your butt off, then tell me."


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