Michael Bublé has made his name as a truly world-class singer. Sure, the Canadian star has one of the best-selling Christmas albums of all time, but it’s not just December-based hits he excels at.
No, he has a knack of turning anything he touches into gold, and there’s a reason he’s become a firm fan favorite in the music industry.
But even with all of his fame and fortune, there was still one item he wanted to cross off his bucket list: singing with Barbra Streisand.
When it comes to powerhouse voices that send chills down your spine, Barbra Streisand and Buble can both boast being up there with the best of them.
Yet while they’re both wonderful on their own, no on would have guessed just quite how good they’d sound when they untied for a duet in 2014 on Buble’s fourth annual Christmas Special. They opted for a rendition of ‘It Had To Be You’, and boy was it spine-tingling.
With the orchestra booming behind them, the pair took to their sound booths and started to experiment with the song.
This is such a beautiful performance from both artists. I don’t think anyone else could sing or interpret classic standards better than Barbra.
How many songs today give you chills when you listen to them? None quite like this, I’m sure you’ll admit!
This performance was the epitome of talent. Barbara’s voice is as clean and crisp as it was the day she sang her first note and Michael has come a long way with his rich mesmerizing voice.
Take a look at their wonderful performance below: