Bublé shares his four kids Noah, 10, Elias, 7, Vida, 5, and Cielo, 14 months, with wife Lusiana Lopilato
Michael Bublé created a special moment for his kids this past weekend.
On Sunday, the singer, 48, shared a hilarious video to his Instagram of his preparation for a Jonas Brothers concert. In the clip, Bublé reveals that he told his kids they were going to the concert, then takes out his guitar and begins covering various Jonas Brothers songs, leading a sing-along.
Carrying daughter Cielo, 14 months, the musician mimics the Jonas Brothers' dance moves, joking that "These kids are going to embarrass the s--- out of me. I think they're going to make fools out of themselves in front of the Jonas Brothers."
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Bublé then takes a limo to the show with his kids and their friends, with the clip switching to the singer with Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas. Telling the brothers that he brought his guitar for them to sign for "his kids," Bublé poses for a group photo and ends the video decked out in Jonas merch.
"Truth is, I love the @jonasbrothers more than the Jonas Brothers love the Jonas Brothers. Thank you Kevin, Nick, Joe and the crew for being so amazing to my kids. What a performance! I was blown away. It’s a night we’ll never forget. ❤️," the father of four wrote in his caption.
“It’s amazing how someday someone comes into your life, and you can’t imagine how you ever lived without them. Happy 1st birthday Cielito ❤️,” Bublé captioned the post, which featured two snapshots of him with his little one.
In the first photo, the Canadian singer smiled at Cielo as he held her, while in picture number two Cielo appeared to be taking an interest in her dad’s career as she checked out his keyboard.
Cielo, who was dressed in a white long-sleeved top and frilly light gray leggings, pressed the keys as she perched on her proud father.
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