Michael Bublé breaks down in tears over son Noah’s health issues

MichaeMichael Bublé, a beloved singer from Canada, first rose to prominence with his albums It’s Time in 2005 and Call Me Irresponsible in 2007.

The Grammy Award winner has sold more than 75 million recordings worldwide over the years, yet despite his immense success, he has maintained a realistic attitude.

Michael is married to Argentine actress Luisana Lopilato with whom he has four children. One of these children, Noah, suffered from liver cancer but he is fortunately recovered from it

Buble chatted with host Pablo Motos about his appearance on the Spanish television program “El Hormiguero.”

They discussed Michael’s family and his wonderful marriage. Argentine actress Luciana Lopilato gave birth to three children with Buble.

However, Noah has recovered from his illness and he is currently in good health.

Buble thanked everybody who prayed for his son as he broke down in tears for the difficult moment his family had to go through.

Michael also revealed how Noah was the mind behind the main theme from the album. As it turns out, his son also inherited the musical talents from his father.

On Noah’s eight birthday, Bublé shared an emotional post on Instagram, writing, “Today my hero turns 8. I’ve never met anyone as brave… I’ve never known anyone as kind or as good-hearted… and I’ll never truly be able to express how proud I am, or how deep and profound Mommy’s and my love is for you. You’ve blessed our lives in every way.”

The following is what Buble had to say about his son Noah’s fight with cancer and his participation in the popular song “Higher”: “This is a wonderful chance for me to thank you all for your love, support, and prayers.

The song “Higher” captures all the joy I’m feeling right now. Because this is such a lovely time in my life, it’s a love letter to the globe. My son Noah informed me that he had written a son while I was bathing the kids.

I felt it was a beautiful song when he started to sing it. Months later, I performed the song for a well-known composer, and he concurred that it was excellent.