Michael Bublé performed on the 'X factor' last night, and had a brief chat with Dermot O'Leary afterwards. The Grammy Award winning singer confirmed that he hasn't retired from singing just yet. 

It was a big weekend for Bublé. After making an appearance on the sofa of 'The Graham Norton Show', as well as being the musical guest, the singer also turned up on last night's 'X Factor' results show. He performed 'When I Fall In Love' from his new album 'Love', which will release this Friday.

After his performance, host O'Leary asked the singer the question we've all been wondering,  "Please tell me that what we hear isn’t true, that you’re retiring after this?" Bublé was quick to gasp a "No! [...] You lot can’t stop this. I love this too much."

O'Leary then exclaimed "My mum’s not going to kill me!" The host was referring to an interview with The Daily Mail earlier this year, where Bublé said that 'Love' would be his eighth and final album. Thankfully, that doesn't seem to be the case anymore.

Bublé has also just announced this morning that he will be back at Dublin's 3Arena next June.

In other 'X Factor' news from last night, fans were lest speechless after bookie's favourite Misunderstood bowed out of the competition. They received the least amount of votes from the voting public, and were the first to be eliminated in the fourth live show of the series. Singer Gio Spano also left the competition after losing the sing-off to Acacia and Aaliyah.

Judge Simon Cowell said he was "embarrassed for the show" every time he saw double act Acacia and Aaliyah, before saving them for another week.

Via The Scottish Sun.