It seems marriage has done wonders for Michael Bublé's Spanish.
The Canadian crooner served as a guest judge on Tuesday night's "America's Got Talent" and was moved enough by one performance to break out some of his Spanish.
During the show's Judge Cuts round, Colombian-born singer Daniella Mass performed a bilingual version of "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" from the musical "Evita." After her powerful rendition, Bublé turned to the 22-year-old contestant's mother in the audience and addressed her in Spanish.
"Your baby is very very beautiful. She has a good voice," Bublé said in Spanish to Mass' mom.
It's likely that the 39-year-old star picked up some of his Spanish skills from his wife, Argentine-born model and actress Luisana Lopilato, whom you may remember as his love interest in Bublé's "Haven't Met You Yet" music video.
When the couple first met not only was Bublé far from fluent in Spanish but Lopilato also did not speak English. The singer told Atlanta NBC-affiliate 11 Alive that the two were able to communicate thanks to interpretation help from friends, family, one of his bodyguards and Google Translate.
The language barrier clearly did not stop their relationship from flourishing and the two wed in March 2011. Bublé and Lopilato announced they are expecting their second child last Thursday via Instagram.
As for Mass's performance, the contestant's rendition of the Broadway tune received a standing ovation from the audience and several judges, not to mention it sent her to the show's Quarterfinals. If you missed it, don't worry. We have you covered:
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