Michael Bublé thanks Jesus Christ after his son’s cancer remisssion


Michael Bublé, the Canadian singer, is well-known for his smooth voice and charming stage presence. Lately, he has been prioritizing his family.

In 2016, the Bublé family faced a difficult time when their 3-year-old son Noah was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma, a type of liver cancer.

Bublé and his wife, actress Luisana Lopilato from Argentina, quickly paused their lives and careers.

Bublé explained to People that everyone in his world knew what his priority was. He mentioned that everyone faces challenges, and he hopes to gain self-awareness and understand those around him.

Bublé decided to stop recording and touring due to feeling emotionally unstable and vulnerable. At the same time, his wife also took a break from her career.

Fortunately, in February 2018, Noah was said to be “recovering” after receiving chemotherapy. When he was 5 years old, he successfully entered remission after undergoing surgery and chemotherapy.

‘I’ve faced many challenges. When I created the previous album in 2018, my son had just recovered from illness and I wasn’t prepared to return,’ he said.

Michael Bublé reveals that his perspective has been permanently altered by his son’s cancer diagnosis.

Big events in life, such as the ones I or my wife have experienced, inevitably leave a lasting impact on you.

The Canadian celebrity has been extremely cautious about his son’s privacy and declines to disclose any information about Noah’s medical care. However, in 2018, he made an appearance on “The Late Late Show with James Cordon” and discussed his son’s battle with cancer.

Bublé, with tears streaming down his face, expressed that discussing Noah’s journey is extremely difficult. He expressed gratitude to Jesus Christ for his young son’s recovery.

We relocated to [Children’s Hospital Los Angeles] and had the most amazing doctors. Thank you, Jesus Christ for everything.

Bublé shared: “I wasn’t doing well. At the beginning, I was the one being strong for my wife, trying to stay positive. But once the cancer was removed, the chemo was over, and they said he was okay, I broke down.”

“My wife picks me up now,” he added.

The dad continued to speak, with tears in his eyes, about how much Noah adored superheroes such as Superman and Spiderman.

“He said they’re not real. You’re a superhero, my hero, a real superhero,” Bublé told his son.

Michael and Luisana tied the knot in 2011. They have a total of four kids – two boys born in 2013 and 2016, and two girls born in 2018 and 2022.


The Canadian singer, who adores fatherhood, believes that “family is everything.”

He offers a single tip for parents of young kids.

Enjoy every moment and see things from their perspective. Kids have a special sense of wonder. If you don’t pay attention, you’ll always be looking for that feeling.

Today, Bublé is concentrating on his career. He recently put out his eleventh studio album, “Higher,” and toured in Great Britain in 2023.

He expresses his anticipation to return to arenas in the UK, looking forward to the true arena spectacle and eager for people to enjoy it.

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I can’t imagine how families cope without faith during tough times. It’s great to hear that his son is in remission and doing well!

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