Michael Bublé goes to pieces over his son in 'Carpool Karaoke' (video)
Michael Buble broke down into tears as he talked about his son, Noah’s cancer diagnosis during a special appearance on James Corden’s “Carpool Karaoke.”
Accompanied by the host Corden, Buble took a break from the karaoke session to talk about the painful moment of his life and to make people aware about the Stand Up To Cancer fundraising campaign.
He told Corden that talking about it was still difficult for him because it was a hard fact to acknowledge. However, he opened up as the episode progressed.
The 43-year-old singer fought through the tears as he began to explain how they first got to know about cancer.
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"My sisters, my mum, my dad, my wife’s family - they all pulled their kids out of school, and we all moved... we just had the best doctors. And God, thank you, Jesus Christ," Buble told during the episode.
The singer’s confession also got Corden emotional and he admitted, “I can’t begin to imagine what it feels like at that moment.” The pair then shrugged off the painful memory and simply shared a huge hug.
Buble then said, "My sisters, my mum, my dad, my wife’s family - they all pulled their kids out of school, and we all moved... we just had the best doctors. And God, thank you, Jesus Christ."
The singer then brought the viewers’ attention toward the fundraising campaign for the cancer victims. He further urged everyone to donate money toward the cause.
“There’s hope and treatments and medicines that will be discovered because of you,” he stressed. “All of us can completely make that difference.”
Previously, reports came out that Buble withdrew from hosting the Brit Awards and Juno Awards following Noah’s cancer diagnosis. It was suggested that the singer decided to stay back and focus on his son’s fightback with the disease.
Buble and his wife were informed about their eldest child’s cancer back in November 2016. According to the Sun, Buble released a statement in 2017 stating that his son was recovering well from cancer.