April 17, 2020
Canadian singer Michael Bublé and his wife, Luisana Lopilato, have been entertaining their followers on social media amid the lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
However, the "I Only Have Eyes For You" crooner Michael Bublé is currently under heat from his fans who are criticizing him for his recent Instagram Live video with his wife, Luisana Lopilato.
In the video, Bublé elbowed his wife after she spoke over him before he forcefully grabbed her towards him. The couple who are currently observing the lockdown in their home together, have been entertaining their followers on social media amid the pandemic.
Following the controversial clip, Luisana openly defended her husband in a recent Instagram post of hers which she captioned in Spanish. The 32-year-old actress explained that she was disappointed with how the media painted Bublé in the situation.
She wrote, "While we are in the middle of a pandemic, living under quarantine with angst, fear, loneliness, and uncertainty of all kinds! We come out every day with my husband to try to do [Instagram] lives to bring a little bit of happiness, entertainment, longing."
Lopilato explained that the media was spreading lies about their family. She went on to admonish her followers to trust her and stay united against the people disrespecting her family.
The couple got married in March 2011, and have had their share of ups and downs.
The singer's wife also addressed the public in the matter in another live video with her husband. She first thanked her fans for their love and concern towards her safety. The proud Argentinian further appreciated "the level of awareness [her] followers have with this topic."
Lopilato went on to assure everyone that she's not endangered in any way and said that she'd love it if her fans directed the same energy towards women who are actually suffering domestic violence.
The 44-year-old Canadian singer and his wife Luisana share three children; Noah, 6, Elias, and their 1-year-old daughter Vida.
The couple got married in March 2011, and have had their share of ups and downs. In a 2018 interview, Bublé spoke about his break from music after his older son Noah was diagnosed with cancer, in 2016.
The "Someday" singer explained that those trying moments in his life gave him "clarity, " and he now fears nothing as he's been through "hell." Bublé later returned to music, and he was reported to be "doing good," a year later.