Buble for Winter Olympics presentation

By David Knox on November 2, 2009 / Filed Under Pay TV 6

mbFoxtel has signed singer Michael Bublé to be an official Olympic Ambassador for its Vancouver Olympic Winter Games in February 2010.

Bublé, a Vancouver resident, will feature as part of Foxtel’s Olympic Winter Games reporting team to give an inside running on his home town and commentate on his favourite sport of Ice Hockey. He will host an exclusively produced special titled Michael Bublé’s Canada.

“I am excited about being part of Foxtel’s Olympic Winter Games coverage and I am definitely looking forward to showing off my hometown,” he said.

“The last time I was in Australia, I had people explaining the game of Aussie Rules Football to me. It will be fun to turn the tables and explain our national game to them,” he said.

Foxtel’s Brian Walsh said: “We’re delighted to have secured Michael Bublé, one of the world’s most accomplished and popular performers, to spearhead our marketing and promotion of the Vancouver Olympic Winter Games.”

The Games begin on February 13th, 2010.


  1. David Knox November 3, 2009 at 9:40 pm -

    Nine probably thinks otherwise…..

  2. Stan November 3, 2009 at 9:34 pm -

    Good. Since I don’t have Foxtel, nobody has to explain Winter Games to me. I won’t even know that Winter Olympics are taking place.

  3. Victor November 3, 2009 at 9:12 am -

    A Vancouver native broadcasting the 2010 Winter olympics Down Under!!!!

  4. ryaneco November 2, 2009 at 1:10 pm -

    Buble is fantastic! From a performer to a general spokesperson he has a personality unmatched; hilarious and feels very genuine! I’ve seen him numerous times and everytime is better than the last.

  5. TV Tragic November 2, 2009 at 1:09 pm -

    Bring it on more Michael Buble is good for all of us!

  6. Tess1988 November 2, 2009 at 12:56 pm -

    i think this is a good choice for foxtel, even so i dont like his music he can talk really well in interviews and on radio

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