By
G. McConway
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December 26, 2023

Singer Michael Bublé Comments on Son’s Cancer Diagnosis

Michael Bublé’s recent interview was eye-opening for many parents who are going through tough times.

Bublé, who has become one of the most popular entertainers in the industry, stated that his life was in a bit of a spiral when he found out that his son had cancer.

That diagnosis forced him to flip his priorities, changing his life forever.

Big Change

Bublé’s son was only three years old when he was diagnosed with liver cancer.

Bublé stated, “My son’s cancer diagnosis rocked my world. It pulled the curtain from over my eyes.

“And that was a sledgehammer to my reality.

“And I will never be carefree and that’s okay. It is a privilege for me to exist and that pain, the fear, the suffering that comes with those sort of things is I guess it’s part of that beautiful, this life.”

It would appear that Bublé had become a bit self-centered at the time, with the diagnosis forcing him to snap back into reality and how blessed he was otherwise.

He stated, “I don’t think I had my priorities straight. I mean, my family was always my love, but I don’t think I was a terrible guy, but dude, it was blinders. Career. Ambition.

“How do I become the baddest, biggest, best. You know, more ego, more power, more money.

Noah, now 10, was diagnosed with liver cancer in 2016, but he has been in remission from the disease since 2017.

Bublé has not discussed this very much, but he did briefly speak about it in 2018, after his son was in remission, stating, “You don’t go through big things in your life, dramatic things like I’ve gone through or my wife has gone through without it having an effect on you.”

Thankfully, his son is in remission and hopefully, he stays that way to enjoy and long and happy life.

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