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Michael Bublé dreams of a ‘Rat Pack’ style supergroup

Michael Bublé dreams of a ‘Rat Pack’ style supergroup

RAT PACK: Michael Bublé says he wants to form a "Rat Pack" style supergroup. He certainly has the look down! Photo: Associated Press/Abraham Caro Marin

Michael Bublé longs to create a Rat Pack-style group with his singer friends Blake Shelton and Robbie Williams.

The “Haven’t Met You Yet” hitmaker became friends with the country star after Shelton released a cover of Bublé’s song “Home” in 2008, and they have collaborated on several projects since.

The Canadian crooner has also worked with Williams, recording a duet with the British pop star last year, he thinks the three of them would make a good trio.

Bublé tells Australia’s Sydney Daily Telegraph that Williams is the “greatest entertainer the world” adding, “I love him. I would love to be in a Rat Pack with Robbie and Blake. Robbie is the man. I would like to work with Mr Williams again, I would love to do a show with him.”

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