Despite all the heartbreak Michael Bublé has been through, he’s managed to return to his singing career stronger than ever with his healthy happy family. He has however admitted that he still struggles with the fear of his son’s cancer returning. Speaking about his regular check-ups with Allison Kugel, he said:
"We have to take him every three months for check ups, and it's really scary ... One of the first things a doctor told me at one of the hospitals we'd gone to was to stay strong and help each other through this. When we had asked why the doctors keep telling us that, this friend of ours who works with families going through things like this, said that something like 92 per cent of couples who go through this ... get divorced. And many of the eight per cent who don't, have more children. And of course, my wife and I thought, here we are with a beautiful daughter."
And although he and his wife have remained strong throughout the ordeal , they have admitted that they may not have the bravery to face the battle again.
"We were in the car yesterday and I actually looked at her, and said, 'Would you do it all over again?' She then answered, 'Of course I would do it all over again. I wouldn't want anything different. You guys are the greatest joy of my life.' But then my question to her was, 'But would you be brave enough to do it all over again?' And then she said, 'I don't know.' And I would have to say the same thing. I don't know."
How you can get your hands on Michael Bublé tickets
After a four year break from music whilst his son, Noah, recovered from cancer, Michael Bublé is back and he ‘s going on tour very soon for an evening with Michael Bublé where he’ll perform his new album that’s out on Sunday 18 November.
With this highly anticipated tour sure to be a sell out, you’ll want to get your hands on tickets sooner rather than later. To give yourself the best chance of getting some tickets, you’ll need to order the new album before it’s release date on Sunday 18 November for access to pre-sale tickets.
His seven date 2019 tour will be visiting Birmingham (Monday 20th May), Glasgow (Thursday 23rd May), Manchester (Sunday 26th May), London (Thursday 30th and Friday 31st May), Leeds (Monday 3rd June) and Belfast (Sunday 9th June).
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Michael Bublé and his wife announce the name of their new baby
We were so happy to hear that Micheal and his wife are now back home after Luisana gave birth to their third child last week. The pair have now announced the very interesting name of their daughter and the meaning behind it.
They have named their daughter Vida Amber Betty with Vida meaning life in Luisana's native language of Spanish. Amber is in honour of Michael's mother whilst Betty is after Luisana's mother.
Luisana shared the below image on Instagram with a touching message.
The caption translates to: "How to explain that the heart of love exploits us? That we do not reach the hours of the day to contemplate it. I thank God for making us this gift of life and joy! Because to look at his eyes is to look at the sky itself! We love you to infinity and beyond. We were waiting for you not only to grow as a family ... you gave us light, hope, finally you are and you will be our Soul Life !!
Michael gives an update on Noah's health
After recently announcing he and his wife are expecting their third child, Michael has shared some more positive news with fans about his 4 year-old son Noah who has been battling with cancer. He said: "He's perfect. Clinically speaking, it was a tumour within the liver.
"And the most important thing was to get it out, with clean margins. Because if you do, it goes from being this scary thing to just being tremendous odds.
"No one likes talking about percentages but, honestly, (we have) a percentage where we can live our life, and not live in fear every day. We know we're OK now. But what we went through was f***ing brutal. I'm sorry for the language but..."
The Feeling Good singer admitted it was an extremely difficult time in their lives and even regular meetings with doctors never gave them comfort or hope.
He told the Evening Standard newspaper: "You don't get reassurance, you get the opposite. Everything that they tell you is the worst-case scenario."
Although Michael finds it hard to talk about his son's ordeal, he and his wife are keen to help other families who are going through a similar situation by talking about their experience.
Recalling meeting a woman on a children's hospital ward in Vancouver, he explained: "She said to me: 'Would you forgive me for saying something terrible?' I said: 'Ah... OK...' And she said: 'I was happy when I read about you'. I said: 'What?' 'Well, I knew that it wasn't just me. If it could happen to you, to your son, then, hey, it could happen to all of us'.
"I just don't talk about this... But it's such a deep conflict within me. That's something my wife and I talk about a lot: we feel this sense of responsibility to help other parents. But at the same time, it's my kid's life. This boy is a hero. He's my hero."
Michael and his wife announce they're expecting a daughter
Michael Bublé has had a very tough couple of years to say the least. In 2016, Michael revealed the devastating news that his eldest son Noah was diagnosed with cancer. Michael has recently revealed since that Noah is "progressing well" following his successful treatment.
That's why we were so delighted that Michael and his wife, Luisana Lopilato had some very good news to share this week that they're expecting a baby girl together. After months of speculation, their new arrival is due to be born in under three weeks time and will add to the Bublé clan giving sons Noah (4) and Elias (2) a new baby sister.
Speaking on Ireland's Today FM the 42-year-old singer said: "I've got my first little girl coming in three weeks, and I've actually never said that before in public. I've got a daughter coming."
This very happy news comes after Micheal opened up about his son, Noah's recent battle with cancer. "We are so grateful to report that our son Noah has been progressing well during his treatment and the doctors are very optimistic about the future for our little boy.
"He has been brave throughout and we continue to be inspired by his courage. We thank God for the strength he has given all of us."
Although his son is now over the worst of his fight against cancer, Michael admits the whole ordeal completely changed his world.
He said: “The perspective came on the first day. The perspective came on Halloween, which was the day we got the diagnosis and it all came in one snap. My whole life changed and my perspective on life, my philosophical idea of what it’s all about and what matters, in one snap. And that’s a good thing because I’m thankful for the grace, I’m thankful for the faith and I feel deeply connected to people.”
He added to ET Canada: “My sisters took their kids out of school, they left their jobs… they left everything, came to be with us and then just stay with us. I wish my boy never had to go through all the things he had to go through. My wife, our family, our friends … I want other parents to know that there’s hope, even when there’s not. Somehow, it’s going to be okay.”
"I've been to hell. I don't talk about the whole story, not even to my friends because it hurts too much. It's my boy. He's a superhero, he doesn't need to relive it over and again. But I've been to hell. And you know what, hell seems like a really nice place to vacation compared to where we've been."