Michael Bublé expresses his gratitude to God for helping his son from a serious cancer battle.

Michael Bublé, a Canadian singer, is well-known for his charismatic performances and velvety voice. However, in recent years, he has sensibly prioritized his family.

The Bublé family’s world was turned upside down in 2016 when toddler Noah was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma. When the terrible news came to Noah’s family, he was just three years old.

As soon as they got married, Bublé and his Argentinean actress wife Luisana Lopilato put everything on hold.

According to what Bublé told People, ‘everyone understood in my environment what my priority was.’

Everyone has their struggles. You can only pray that you and the people around you grow from the experience.

Reportedly ‘on the mend’ after undergoing chemotherapy, Noah made a miraculous recovery in February of 2018. After surgery and chemotherapy, he went into remission last year, at the age of 5.

According to Michael Bublé, the news that his son has cancer altered his life in indelible ways.

To paraphrase, ‘You don’t go through tremendous things in your life, dramatic things like I’ve gone through or my wife has gone through, and not be affected by it.’

Canadian actor has been extremely private about his son Noah’s health, declining to discuss any aspects of his care.

However, he opened up about his son’s battle with cancer on ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’ last year.

Noah’s story, Bublé said through swollen eyes, ‘is too terrible to talk about,’ and he thanked Jesus Christ for curing his 5-year-old son.

All of us uprooted and made our home at CHLA, where we were treated by the most kind and skilled medical professionals.

I’m not OK,” Bublé went on to say. When this first started happening to my wife and I, I found the strength to keep us both optimistic and together.

And when they said, ‘We did it, it’s good, he’s OK. We got [the cancer] out; the chemo is over; he’s fine,’ I collapsed. I tripped and fell.

‘Now my wife picks me up,’ he continued.

The father continued, wiping away his tears, as he described Noah’s enthusiasm for comic book heroes.

In his opinion, ‘they’re false,’ he declared. They’re just making things up. The word ‘superhero’ describes you perfectly. My hero is you. An actual hero, Bublé told his kid.

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