Michael Bublé takes criticism about the Queen’s Brexit day

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Bublé has posted the video on Twitter

American musician Michael Bublé has taken another hit to his comeback after previously apologising for confusing the Queen’s Brexit day.

In April, the pop star called out Theresa May for losing her “mojo” as the monarch, as she turned 90.

Bublé’s latest apology on Twitter is in support of the charity RED as a three-minute version of his song called Cupid’s Bait is being released.

It is a cover of Cardi B’s track.

The singer is on holiday in Hawaii with his wife Luisana Lopilato.

The charity song, titled The Receive, features rappers and actors who can’t read and old-age pensioners who can read while borrowing someone else’s voice.

The singer had previously said on his Instagram page that it “should have been called Punchin’ at Christmases”.

Bublé, who received a knighthood in 2012 for services to music, received intense criticism from former Prime Minister Tony Blair.

A royal family spokesperson did not respond to a request for comment.

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