Who is not familiar with the songwriter vocalist, and the famous actor from Canada, 39-year-old Michael Buble, kissed the stage where he did two at his concerts in “Michael Buble Live in Jakarta” concert at the Indonesia Convention Exhbition (ICE) ) Arena, BSD City, South Tangerang.
According to the winner of four prestigious awards, the Grammy Awards, it was done intentionally because it could make him return to Indonesia again. With Michael Buble Fans is the first reason.
Michael Buble Kiss Indonesian Stage Twice
“Hello Jakarta, thank you. I asked my colleague backstage, ‘What is the Indonesian language of thank you that you often use here?’ they said, ‘Hakuna Matata’. “Everyone laughed at the same time because of this joke made by Michael Buble. “This is my first time here, I feel very honored to be the first person to appear in the building (ICE Arena)”. “Then after the greeting, he prostrated on the floor and kissed the stage after singing” fever “with a Broadway arrangement and also a song. “Haven’t Met You Yet” with Jazz music.
Buble himself was very pleased with the enthusiasm of his fans who attended the concert even he himself promised not to forget his fans who were in Indonesia. Buble said “Believe me, until you get home you will watch TV, kiss, then sleep forget about me. But, I promise I will not forget all of you”.
Michael Buble himself considers his fans in Indonesia who playing maxbet online gambling and who doesn’t to be quite instrumental in supporting his career in music until now and Michael himself feels that Indonesia itself is its own hometown.
“Like my father and mother, you are all my family, and I am connected to you, thank you for supporting my career, this is the thing that wants to keep me coming back to Indonesia” Buble said, presenting his popular song “Home”
Entering the end of the performance, buble kissed the stage floor again with a promise in it “Thank you for your time. My producer, promoter, and I promise to come back here again.” Said Michael Buble, kissing the Indonesian stage.