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    Michael Bublé Had To Appear On A TV Show Minutes After Hearing His Son's Cancer Diagnosis

    The singer got brutally honest about how three-year-old Noah's cancer diagnosis affected the whole family.

    Back in November 2016, Michael Bublé and his wife Luisana Lopilato announced the devastating news that their then three-year-old son Noah had cancer.

    Earlier this year, Michael confirmed that Noah's treatment was successful, and he is now cancer-free.

    But the singer has now opened up about the brutal realities of Noah's diagnosis, revealing that he and his wife had numerous days when they "wished [they] didn't wake up."

    He went on to say that the experience was the "worst possible thing" for a parent to go through, and wished on many occasions that it was him with the illness and not his son.

    Earlier this year, Michael revealed that he actually heard the news of Noah's diagnosis just minutes before he appeared on UK talk show, The One Show.


    He told the Evening Standard: "Three minutes before I came on, my wife texted and told me something was wrong. I just died. I don't know how I even sang, man. I just did it on autopilot."

    However, he went on to reveal that the whole experience has given him a new outlook on life.