Michael Bublé has established himself as one of the world’s most renowned crooners, but he’s making a name for himself as an awards show host as well.
The Canadian singer has officially signed on to host the 2017 Juno Awards, which will be held at the Canadian Tire Centre in his home country’s capital of Ottawa. This marks Bublé’s second time as the show’s emcee, as he served as host at the 2013 Juno Awards.
“I’m just a kid from Burnaby, so to get the opportunity to host this incredible night in Canadian music, for the second time, is amazing,” Bublé said in a press release.
His 2013 hosting performance earned Bublé the Canadian Screen Award for best host of a variety, lifestyle, reality/competition, performing arts or talk program or series. With four years since his award-winning performance, surely Bublé has some new tricks up his sleeve.
Bublé’s second go at the Juno Awards gig takes place Sunday, April 2, airing live on CTV and CTV GO in Ottawa.