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Ketchup can’t keep Michael Bublé from stage

Ketchup can’t keep Michael Bublé from stage

SMILE:Less than 24 hours before he was to perform in Manchester, New Hampshire last week during his "Crazy Love" tour, Bublé dislodged a crown while trying to open a ketchup packet with his teeth. Photo: Associated Press

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Thanks to some help from a dentist, singer Michael Bublé was able to go on stage in New Hampshire as scheduled.

WMUR-TV reports that less than 24 hours before he was to perform in Manchester, New Hampshire last week during his “Crazy Love” tour, Bublé dislodged a crown while trying to open a ketchup packet with his teeth.

The crooner’s tour manager tracked down the home number of dentist David Bloom and reached his wife. Bloom was in surgery, but was able to make room for his appointment.

Bloom said afterward, there was some photo-taking. Bublé gave them front-row seats to the concert, and kudos at the end of the show.

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