During a conversation with James Corden – one of the main late-night television hosts – Michael Bublé struggled to describe his son’s cancer diagnosis and the subsequent treatment. In a special edition of Carpool Karaoke, James sat down with Michael to talk about his son, Noah, and his cancer.
The new episode of Carpool Karaoke is part of a Stand Up To Cancer series, meant to help out victims across the globe. As it was previously reported, approximately 2 years ago, Michael and his wife, Luisana Lopilato, revealed that their son, Noah, had been diagnosed with cancer.
At the time, they released a statement describing their “devastation” following their child’s diagnosis. After months of deliberation. Noah received treatment from specialist doctors in the US.
One year later in 2017, April, Lopilato confirmed to her fans that Noah was doing a lot better. “Your take on life changes,” the model declared, suggesting that Noah’s battle with the disease was heart-wrenching for the both of them.
As a result, she and Michael value life on a much deeper level now, and she thanked everyone for their support. Bublé said to Corden on Friday that he’s “not ok,” due to his 5-year-old’s battle with cancer.
In the car, Corden sympathized with Bublé, confirming to him that everyone understands Bublé has suffered tremendously recently. Corden told Buble that what he has gone through is essentially every parent’s “worst nightmare.”
In response, Buble, while holding back tears, said he and his wife got the diagnosis and his “whole life ended,” right there. Thankfully, they eventually eliminated Noah’s cancer and when the chemotherapy finished, they said, “we did it,” and Buble practically fell down on the ground.
Despite Bublé and his wife’s struggle over the last two years, Michael is continuing to work on his music career. Fans of the crooner know that he’s getting ready to release a new record, Love, on the 18th of November, which he suggested was one of his greatest yet. Michael has sold over 75 million albums since his career first began.