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Michael Bublé chatted on Ryan Seacrest's KISS-FM morning radio talk show Wednesday morning and praised the duet he did with Reese Witherspoon.
E! News first confirmed the talented duo would be blending their vocals in the studio in December. However, this is the first time Bublé has talked about it.
Today E! News reported Bublé's comments on how the duet transpired and the magic that happened when the two celebrities were in the studio.
"We loved Walk the Line and her voice was so smooth and wonderful," Bublé said. "So my manager said 'Call her.' And I said, 'I don't want to put her in that position.' Then my wife came home and told me, 'Mike, we're pregnant.' And I was so happy I was like, 'Today's the day, I'm going to call her.'"
After gaining some courage, Bublé decided to call Witherspoon, who won as Oscar for Walk the Line in 2006. Bublé was so thrilled when Witherspoon agreed to the duet; however, he was particularly elated when she expressed her joy at the news of his upcoming child.
"It felt so good to get it off my chest, and she was so cute and excited [for us]," Bublé said.
Things got professional when the two shared studio times, with Bublé even telling Witherspoon they would can the song if it did not turn out right. However, there was no need for that.
"She was so prepared. In one take, she nailed it," Bublé told Seacrest.