Michael Bublé faced every parent’s worst nightmare when his son was diagnosed with cancer in 2016. The Canadian singer put his career on hold as he and his wife Luisana Lopilato cared for their sick boy, who was suffering from a rare form of liver cancer called hepatoblastoma. Two traumatic years later and five-year-old Noah is said to be responding well to treatment and Michael feels able to face the world again with his music.
His new album is quite aptly called Love and features a brand-new version of ‘When I Fall in Love’, made famous by Nat King Cole. Other tracks include new versions of standards ‘My Funny Valentine’, ‘When You’re Smiling’, ‘Unforgettable’, ‘La Vie en Rose’ and ‘I Only Have Eyes for You’. It also includes the self-penned original song ‘Forever Now’, plus a collaboration with Charlie Puth on ‘Love You Anymore’.
Michael and his wife recently welcomed their third child, daughter Vida. Alongside Noah, the couple have another boy, two-year-old Elias.
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