Out of all the crooners in the world, no one captures the holiday spirit in the modern day quite like Michael Bublé. The Canadian-Italian singer, known for soulful renditions of jazz standards that remind audiences of Rat Pack singers like Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, has wowed audiences around the world with his renditions of Christmas standards. Many of his most popular performances have gone platinum and the singer's YouTube videos get millions of views.
Bublé's wife, Luisana Lopilato de la Torre is an Argentine actress and model. To honor her (and to practice the Spanish she had been teaching him) Bublé teamed up with Thalía, the Queen of Latin Pop, to perform Feliz Navidad. Written in 1970 by the Puerto Rican singer and songwriter José Feliciano, the song has become a holiday seasonal standard and the pair bring the sound to life beautifully on Buble's Christmas special.
Watch the performance below