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Security Guard Grabs The Mic, Steals Spotlight From Michael Bublé At His Own Concert.

If you are attending a Michael Bublé concert, you know you’re in for a night of crooning and feel-good music.

The audience at Michael’s recent Oakland, California show got more than they had bargained for when the singer handed the microphone to one of the Oracle Arena employees and she totally upstaged the headliner with her talent.


One of the concert’s attendees shared a video of the impromptu performance on her Twitter account and people everywhere are floored by her voice.

In the video, Michael hands the mic to a security guard, Anitra Lewis, who begins to bust out Etta James’ classic “At Last”, shocking everyone by how much she actually sounds like the legendary singer. Not only that, but Anitra adds a bit of sass to her performance, and the audience is totally eating it up (so is Michael).


The security guard eventually turns to hold Michael’s hand as she serenades him and the audience cheers along. She hits every note perfectly and sings into the microphone as if this isn’t the first arena performance she’s given in her life.

After her jaw-dropping cameo, she even gets a kiss from Michael.


According to reports, this wasn’t a planned performance, it was a stroke of pure luck that Michael asked her to sing. Surely he’d never purposely upstage himself like that!

The identity of the mystery security guard, seemed to be a secret but Anitra Lewis recently reached out to us. And we were right, her talent is wasted on the floor of that arena. She belongs on the stage and used to be part of the European girl group “Lip Stick”.


You can hear more of her beautiful voice on her Youtube channel.


Watch the epic performance in the video below and be sure to share her talent with your friends today!

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