Media coverage of Michael Buble’s “I Believe in You” with Derek Hough

I am sure that by now you all know that “I Believe in You” was released yesterday. Such an amazing work… And of course, media couldn’t not write about it. We’ve seen much coverage out there and we’ll try to add some of it below. Fans were also ecstatic by the final result 🙂

Michael Bublé and Derek Hough make one heartwarming team! […] The Emmy winner’s signature dance moves are on display throughout the clip, and choreographed to accompany Michael’s touching lyrics. According to a Friday press release from Warner Bros. Records, Derek’s grandparents were an inspiration for the uplifting story.

“It’s a Beautiful Day” for Derek Hough.
The music video for Michael Bublé‘s new single “I Believe in You” dropped Friday, and the Dancing with the Stars alum stars in the clip, which he also directed.
Complementing the Canadian crooner’s lovesick lyrics, the video follows a couple’s love story, from childhood to old age, with Hough, 31, starring as the male protagonist.

This is … adorable! Dancing With the Stars pro Derek Hough directed and stars in the romantic video for Michael Bublé’s latest single, “I Believe In You.”
The heartwarming clip, which evokes the smash NBC show This Is Us, features Hough showing off his trademark dance moves while scenes flash by illustrating the various stages of the life of a couple.

Love is the theme of Michael Buble’s new music video for “I Believe in You.”
Derek Hough directed and stars in the touching new visual chronicling a fictional couple from their first meeting as kids, to literally growing old together.

Warner Bros. Records asked Emmy Award winner Derek Hough to fill in for singer Michael Bublé by creating, directing and starring in the video for Bublé’s new single “I Believe In You.” Hough graciously accepted the challenge. The finished video is a romantic love story about a couple through the various stages of their lives together. The story was inspired by the Bublé penned lyrics, along with Hough’s observing his grandparents who danced every day of their lives.

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