Get the tissue box ready! Michael Buble‘s new music video for “I Believe in You” is a total tear tearjerker.
The video was directed and choreographed by Derek Hough, who also stars in it.
“It was an absolute privilege to be a part of it,” Derek told People. “I’ve been a huge fan of Michael for a long time. I think that he embodies positivity. He’s a force for good – not only with his music, but also as a human being. He’s such a good guy and I only want to be a part of good things and positive things.”
In the video, Derek takes viewers on a beautiful journey through all the stages of life and love.
“My grandpa passed away this past year,” Derek explained. “My grandparents had been together for over 60 years. They danced together every morning and every evening. When I heard the song, I just kept picturing my grandparents and this love that lasted for such a long time. I wanted to show a love story that stood the test of time.”
Michael is currently taking some time off from the spotlight to spend time with his family as his three-year-old son Noah goes through cancer treatments.
Michael Bublé – I Believe in You [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO]
This time it’s called Move: Beyond, and will be kicking off in April 2017, with over 50 stops across the nation.
Julianne announced the tour on her website, and the siblings also made an appearance on GMA this morning to promote the tour, which will have variety of dance styles, including ballroom, tap, salsa, hip-hop and “everything in between.”
Here’s everything we know about the tour so far:
The Choreography: “We have some really cool images that we want, you know, [to create] this really cool place,” Derek said of the earth elements inspiration. “They just kind of inspired us just from like a … just kind of getting grounded from a grounding place.”
The Costumes: “Glamourous and modern and fresh,” Julianne says. “But also one thing that is very different that we’re going to incorporate this year is the use of props and the use of projection and stuff like that, which we really didn’t do the last couple of times.”
The Meet and Greets: “Obviously one of our favorite parts about the tour is not just being on stage and putting on a great show — it’s connecting with the fans. So we have all these VIP experiences where [fans] know we’re going to come back. There’s like a whole lounge area where we get to have conversations and talk [to guests.] We always go over in our meet and greets because we literally love talking so much to them, and answering questions and hearing about their lives and stuff. So we’re excited about that part too.”
Corny Collins was based on a real person – Buddy Deane, and his show was actually cancelled because he was all for integration in the 1960s!
“That integration really changed not just culture and humanity, but dance,” he shared with NKD mag. “Me being a dancer and learning the history of it, and seeing where all these moves and trends came from, it’s pretty cool…It’s about that time and what it meant. To do The Twist was considered vulgar.”