Michael Bublé has discussed potentially retiring following his son's battle with cancer

Michael Bublé has discussed potentially retiring following his son's battle with cancer

Michael Buble has officially retired from music following his son Noah's cancer battle.

"I don't have the stomach for it anymore". "Love" will be his tenth album, however the Canadian-Italian singer now claims it will be his last as he's done both with the celebrity lifestyle and making albums.

The Grammy-award victor put his career on hold after he and his wife Luisiana Lopilato were told that five-year-old Noah had liver cancer two years ago.

Noah is now in remission, but this period of Bublé's life has been extremely hard for Bublé and his family.

Michael is married to Argentinian actress Luisana Lopilato, 31, and they share three children together; their eldest son Noah, son Elias, two, and daughter Vida, whom they welcomed two months ago.

After a two-year battle, Noah is in remission, according to the magazine.

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The Haven't Met You Yet hitmaker, who will release his next album, Love, in November, appeared to declare his retirement in a new chat with the Daily Mail, which he reportedly called his "last interview".

Just as a refresher, Bublé said during the conversation that he was retiring because his newest record is his magnum opus, and he can finally leave, now that he's at the "very top". "I decided I'd never use social media again, and I never have", added Buble. "I don't even know how I was breathing", he said. The individual died at the scene and the road will be closed for some time, police said.

"My whole life changed and my perspective on life, my philosophical idea of what it's all about and what matters, in one snap", he said.

In the Mail's interview, Buble admits that Noah's cancer diagnosis "made me realize how stupid I'd been to worry about these unimportant things". The singer, 43, said the diagnosis in 2016 changed his "perception of life" and that he had lost interest in fame. In the interview, he announced that he's created the "perfect record" and it will be his last. I was embarrassed by my ego, that it had allowed this insecurity.

"Now I'm just singing the music I love. I wished that many times, I wished that it happened to me". Maybe when you let go, maybe that's when it comes back to you.

He has also been working with James Corden on a Carpool Karaoke special edition for the Stand Up To Cancer fundraising campaign.

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