The singer jokes his fiancée wants a "Bella Bublé – but it's never going to happen
No offense Twi-hards, but singer Michael Bublé doesn’t want to raise an “Edward,” “Jacob” or a “Bella.”
When the time is right for Bublé and his fiancé, Argentinian actress Luisana Loreley Lopilato de la Torre, to start a family of their own, he isn’t looking to the Twilight saga for naming inspiration – even if his soon-to-be wife may be.
“I came up with some hypothetical names and I didn t like the names, but she came up with Bella Buble,” the singer, 34, tells Entertainment Tonight Canada. “I swear to god, she kept coming up with these names, and she kept saying, ‘Bella [or] I like Edward.’ And then I realized, I think she s talking about Twilight.”
He adds: “I think [Lopilato] wants me to name the kids after the Twilight characters, which is not going to happen.”
Bublé says he “absolutely” wants to be a dad one day – hopefully, a good one. “I think nobody knows until you do it, and apparently when you do it, all of a sudden you just make it right,” he says.
The couple has been engaged for nearly nine months, and Bublé says that wedding plans are set – and a secret.
“I just want it to be special,” he says.