Emily Blunt talks about ex Michael Buble: 'I don't know if I was perfect with him'

Emily Blunt might be on the promotional trail with her new movie – but her love life came under the spotlight when she stopped by Howard Stern's popular Sirius XM show this week. The Sicario actress was quizzed about her former romance with Canadian singer Michael Buble, and managed to tactfully fend questions from her host who suggested they had been "perfect together".

"I don't know if I was perfect with him," the 32-year-old said with a laugh. “But we had a good time.” Howard continued by relating a story of how Michael had brought Emily home to his family, and his mother had said: "You'd better marry that girl."


Emily Blunt was quizzed about her former romance with Michael Buble this week

"I loved his family, I still do. I love his family," the star replied. But the radio host still wasn't done – he went on to bring up rumours that Michael had been unfaithful to Emily during their three romance.

"I don't know. It's complicated," Emily said, while laughing. "Now I'm going red because I never talk about it. I never want to talk about it."

Emily and Michael, 40, split in 2008 – and both have since moved from their high-profile relationship. The English star married The Office actor John Krasinski in 2010, and the couple are proud parents to 19-month-old daughter Hazel.

Michael, meanwhile, tied the knot with Argentinian model Luisana Lopilato in 2011, and they are currently expecting their second child together.

Emily Blunt and Michael Buble dated for three years before splitting up in 2008

The singer admitted in a candid interview in March on Canadian entertainment show eTalk that he'd been "a jerk" in his past relationships.

Without specifically naming Emily he said, "I was careless and reckless with the hearts of women I was with. And I got my karma. I earned it."

Saying that the way he acted was "so cringe-y," Michael added, "I got my butt and heart kicked and it hurt me enough that I looked in the mirror and I didn't want it to happen again. If I wanted to be a happy guy and really fall in love, I would have to love myself."

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