Michael Bublé participated in a conference for the NHL All Star Games, which are taking place in Toronto, and went viral after admitting that he had microdosed mushrooms.
The Canadian musician, who is captain in the All-Star Game, experienced an unusual moment while speaking to the press after the Player Draft at the Scotiabank Arena. “My friend told me, 'this is just a microdose of mushrooms,' and he was lying,” he said in front of the public and the video of him spread across social networks. Luisana Lopilato's husband was with actor Will Arnett, who was also surprised by the statements.
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Referencing the film starring Will Ferell, he added: “So I'll be honest, I thought I was on Skating to Glory most of the time I was there, until I leveled off and thought, 'Shit, I'm in a NHL All-Star game.'”
The confession at the press conference. (Source: capture Instagram/michaelbuble)
After his statements went viral, the Canadian singer retracted his statement and stated that it was just a joke. “It was a joke,” he said in dialogue with YouTuber Steve Dangle. “Of course it wasn't fungal. I'm sitting here eating. I have a problem with bread when I'm anxious and can't stop eating. But no, not with mushrooms,” he added.
Regarding his participation in the game, he was chosen as captain and the comical situation occurred at the Scotiabank Arena, where the last all-star game will be played this Saturday. Arnett was also present and another of the guests is Justin Bieber.
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On the other hand, a funny video appeared on the Argentine actress's Instagram profile in which she shared typical Argentine phrases that cannot be found in any dictionary. Thus, she tested how steeped her husband is in our idioms.
The actress tested the singer's Argentinian nature. (Source: Instagram/luisanalopilato)
First, he asked him if he knows the meaning of the expression “La conc** de la lora.” Bublé got nervous and challenged his partner for choosing that “bad word.” Then he answered correctly by explaining the literal meaning. “You are closer to being an Argentine,” said Lopilato to congratulate her husband.
Then, the Rebelde Way actress used the expression “Remar en dulce de leche.” In this one, the musician came close, but was unable to define it correctly, since he explained that its meaning refers to something heavy. “I like dulce de leche, I love it,” she said, laughing.