Michael Buble promises punters a great show
Michael Buble fans have been told to expect a great show on his forthcoming tour.
The singer-songwriter said there is "nothing worse" than an audience feeling as if they have been ripped off.
As a result, he is very keen to show people who have bought tickets to see him how much he values their support.
"I think if you appreciate them and you give them a great show, they'll come back and they'll support you," Buble commented.
Speaking to the Canadian Press, the musician admitted he has little time for artists who stand on stage and stare at their shoes during the whole performance.
Buble said some acts treat the audience as if they are an "entitled person" and do not show they appreciate the crowd.
The comments come ahead of a UK tour, which gets underway next month at Sheffield Arena.
Buble will also be performing in cities such as London, Newcastle, Manchester and Birmingham.
By Jemma Howard
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