Michael Bublé Leaves Sweet Message for Fan With Autism


“This is only for one dude,” Canadian singer Michael Bublé says in the video below. “It’s for Griffin.”

Griffin is a 6-year-old boy with autism from Alberta, Canada. He’s also Bublé’s biggest fan — so much so that his therapist’s use the singer’s videos as rewards for good work and his parents play Bublé songs to help calm him.

When the singer heard about this, he reached out to the 6-year-old with the message below, which includes a personalized song.

“Love you, dude,” Bublé says at the end. We know the feeling is mutual.

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