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

Michael Bublé, renowned as one of the world’s finest ballad artists, has achieved immense success in his career, boasting four Grammy Awards and selling over 65 million records. Widely recognized for his phenomenal talent, Bublé’s songs hold a special place in the hearts of many worldwide. Currently on tour, he is actively promoting his latest album, “Higher,” which features 13 tracks and is accessible on all major music streaming platforms.

During a conversation with host Pablo Motos on the Spanish television program “El Hormiguero,” Bublé delved into discussions about his family and the joys of his splendid marriage. His wife, Argentine actress Luciana Lopilato, is the proud mother of their three children.

A significant moment in their family’s journey was the health battle faced by their son Noah, who battled and thankfully overcame liver cancer. Bublé expressed gratitude for the support, prayers, and love received during this challenging time, visibly moved as he recalled the difficult moments his family endured. On a heartwarming note, Bublé shared that his 7-year-old son, Noah, who has recovered from the illness, played a pivotal role in creating the main theme for the album “Higher,” showcasing his inherited musical talents from his father.

Addressing the audience, Bublé shared his sentiments about Noah’s fight with cancer and his involvement in the song “Higher”: “This is a wonderful opportunity for me to express my gratitude for all your love, support, and prayers. The song ‘Higher’ encapsulates the joy I’m experiencing right now. It’s a love letter to the world because this is such a beautiful time in my life. My son Noah informed me that he had written a song while I was bathing the kids. I found it to be a beautiful song when he started singing it. Months later, I performed the song for a renowned composer, and he agreed that it was excellent.”

Bublé concluded with a plea for sharing the message and sending prayers for continued health and well-being.