Bublé's lifelong dream of creating an album to honor his favorite holiday was realized with the recently released CD "Christmas" which entered the Billboard Top 200 charts at No. 3. The multi-Grammy Award winning artist's previous CD "Crazy Love" sold seven million copies worldwide and won two Grammy Awards in 2011 for Best Traditional Pop Vocal album and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for his No. 1 self-penned single, "Haven't Met You Yet". Bublé also wrote two previous Number One singles, "Everything" and "Home". The Vancouver native's recent "Crazy Love" Tour sold out 80 cities and was seen by over a million people in the US alone. A superstar in his native Canada as well, Bublé is the recipient of 10 Juno Awards including a Juno Album of The Year for "It's Time." In less than a decade, Michael Bublé's international record sales have topped 30 million. Bublé arrived on the music scene nine years ago with the release of his self-titled debut CD which was followed up by the multi-platinum "It's Time". He also performed at the 2010 Olympics Ceremony which was seen by an audience of over one billion people.