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Daniel left the famous Parisian chocolate boutique on Tuesday loaded with goodies
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The Grammy-nominated star had performed in the theme park a few days earlier to help mark Disneyland's 15th anniversary celebrations
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Sweet-toothed Daniel has a 'good day' in Paris

4 APRIL 2007

He's best known for his hit anthem Bad Day, but Canadian-born crooner Daniel Powter was determined to make sure he had an especially good day when he visited Paris recently. The 2006 Juno winner enjoyed a retail therapy session of the sweet sort when he hit La Maison Du Chocolat, snapping up a large bag-full of the patisserie's famously rich cocoa treats on Tuesday.

And like all big kids at heart, the 36-year-old was ultra enthusiastic about his trip to the capital's Disneyland theme-park a few days earlier. Joined by fellow vocalist Phil Collins and actress Andie McDowell, he helped the park celebrate its 15th anniversary by penning a special song and performing on stage in front of the Magic Kingdom's fairytale castle.

"This really was a dream come true for me, to write a song for this park, for Disneyland itself," he said. "Growing up dreaming about being here…I was so fortunate they asked me and (I'm) very honoured."

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