Canada's answer to James Corden, Michael Bublé — that's MICHAEL BUBLÉ (!) — will host next February's Brit Awards, because there are no other TV presenters.
The announcement, which comes just days after anyone who has ever read an autocue sadly died in a horrific accident, was made by The Sun last night, but confirmed in the following manner via an official Twitter account:
— BRIT Awards (@BRITs) October 7, 2016
Obviously you'd like to read a quote from the man himself, we know that.
“Even though I didn’t grow up as a Brit I’ve always been well aware of The BRIT Awards and their impact globally," he mused. "I’m very much looking forward to February and celebrating the success stories of a great year in music.”
For the first time ever the nominations will be announced live on ITV, with a special programme 'airing' on January 14, which is a Saturday. The announcement show will not have a human presenter, due to the above-mentioned availability issues. It will instead be presented by a pig in a hat.