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September 29, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

A video spoofing Hollywood celebrity by Canadian crooner Michael Bublé has quickly gone viral on YouTube, drawing more than 100,000 views since Monday. In the video promoting his latest single, “Hollywood,” Bublé gives some uncanny impressions of an assortment of celebrities, ranging from Justin Bieber to Keith Richards, to Tom Cruise, to James Dean (and several others in between), all the while singing to an imaginary girlfriend who has dreams of living among them, such lyrics as: “I don’t want to take you dancing/When you’re dancing with the world/Well, you can flash your caviar/and your million-dollar car/I don’t need that kind of girl/But you could be that next sensation/or will you set the latest style/You don’t need a catchy song/Cuz the kids will sing along/When you shoot it with a smile.”