Michael Buble is currently married to Luisana Lopilato.
After that, Delich entered Bublé in the Canadian Youth Talent Search, which he won.
Following that win, Bublé asked Delich to be his manager.
I used to think that being named Michael Bublé was pretty cool because I was close to being called Jiri Bubla." Bublé described his work experience as "The most deadly physical work I'll ever know in my lifetime.
We’d be gone for two, sometimes three months at a time and the experience of living and working among guys over twice my age taught me a lot about responsibility and what it means to be a man." Bublé grew up listening to his grandfather's collection of jazz records and credits his grandfather in encouraging his love for jazz music.
At the age of 18, Bublé entered a local talent contest and won.
But after winning, he was disqualified by organizer Bev Delich because he was underage.
In 1996, Bublé appeared in TV's Death Game (aka Mortal Challenge) as a Drome Groupie.
Also in 1996, he appeared (uncredited) in two episodes of The X-Files as a member of a submarine crew. Beginning in 1997, he became a frequent guest on Vicki Gabereau's national talk show on the CTV network.
He found a worldwide audience with his 2005 album It's Time, and his 2007 album Call Me Irresponsible which reached number one on the Canadian Albums Chart, the UK Albums Chart, the US Billboard 200, the Australian ARIA Albums Chart and several European charts.