Michael Buble’s ‘To Be Loved’ Album Out In April (And It Will Have A Reese Witherspoon Duet!)

Robbie Daw | February 20, 2013 11:00 am

After offering up three video teasers featuring a brand new song over the past week, details of Michael Bublé‘s upcoming new music have been revealed — including the title of said tune, “It’s A Beautiful Day,” which will serve as the first single from Bublé’s new studio album To Be Loved (out April 23).

The Bob Rock-produced LP will consist of standards as well as four original song all co-written by the singer, including “After All,” a co-write with iconic ’80s and ’90s balladeer (and fellow Canadian) Bryan Adams, who also performs on the song. Another, perhaps more surprising, duet: a cover of Frank and Nancy Sinatra‘s “Somethin’ Stupid,” featuring Reese Witherspoon!

Of course, Michael is hardly the first singer to pair up with an actress with covering the Sinatras’ charming 1967 hit; Robbie Williams and Nicole Kidman‘s own take shot to the top of the UK chart back in 2001.

Other covers included on Bublé’s upcoming LP include the following:

“To Love Somebody” (Bee Gees) “Nevertheless (I’m In Love With You”) (Dean Martin) “Who’s Loving You” (Jackson 5) “To Be Loved” (Jackie Wilson) “Have I Told You Lately” (Elvis Presley)

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