Tom Fletcher's McBusted bandmates may have a new member joining them soon judging by his latest YouTube video. The 30-year-old has shared a short clip of himself and his 18-month-old son Buzz performing an adorable duet to Justin Bieber's 2010 single Baby.
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The clip sees Tom sitting alongside his mini-me son, who clutches a white guitar and gazes up at the camera. "Ok, are you ready?" he asks Buzz, before launching into the song.
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Tom Fletcher performed a duet with Buzz
While Tom takes the lead, Buzz shows off his musical skills by echoing "baby" after his famous father. The duo then moved on to Britney Spears' single Hit Me Baby One More Time, with Tom asking: "Bit of Britney? You're good at these ones."
It is not the first time Tom has sung with his son – in July the proud dad posted an Instagram video of them singing Commodores song Easy together, which attracted over 128,000 likes from fans.
Tom and Buzz have become an internet sensation thanks to a series of sweet videos and photos posted by the McBusted star. One video which showed Buzz giggling hysterically while his dad blew the seeds off a dandelion clocked up over seven million views after it was posted by Tom in April, attracting thousands of comments about how cute the toddler is.
The singer has seen a number of his home videos go viral; viewers saw him serenade his new wife Giovanna with a musical wedding speech, and then the happy couple announced they were expecting their first baby together with a creative Halloween clip.
Fans, including Russell Crowe, were then left spellbound by the arrival of little Buzz Michelangelo with Tom and Giovanna’s magical 'bump to baby' video.
It's not just Tom who keeps the public in the loop; writing in her popular weekly blog for HELLO! Online, Giovanna often shares updates about her family life with Buzz, most recently sharing details about their trip to London Zoo.
"Buzz is getting great at making animal noises and so we figured a day out where he can see them in the flesh would be really enjoyable for him," she wrote. "Although, I’ll admit, I was quite surprised to see him utterly mesmerised by the line of working ants in the BUGS centre – it was so funny to see him staring open mouthed at the little things carrying around their bits of leaves. Bless him."