Michael Buble has been taking ''eight or nine'' steroids before his gigs as he has been battling a heavy cold.
Michael Buble has been taking ''eight or nine'' steroids before his gigs.
The 'Haven't Met You Yet' crooner was battling a heavy cold during his UK tour and though he was often ''hurting'' on stage, he insists his fans make the pain worthwhile.
He said: ''My trip's been great, the crowds have been nuts.
''Me and most of my crew and band came down with a pretty bad cold. I've been on eight or nine different steroids every morning, and also antibiotics.
''But it's worth it - on nights when we're hurting the audience carry us through it.''
The 39-year-old singer also revealed his generous side as he has given £1 from every ticket sold for his UK tour, totalling £125,000, to music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins.
He told The Sun newspaper: ''I came up with this a year ago after I played the O2 arena. My manager wanted to book the tour for 2014 and I said I'd only do it if we give back too.
''The UK has been so great to me and I thought it was time to put my money where my mouth was.
''I'm lucky I can help a lot of beautiful young people.''
A spokesman for the charity said the cash will make a ''huge difference'' to the work it will do in 2015.
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