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March 27, 2018

Michael Bublé and wife make a major announcement about their family's upcoming enlargement

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Having a child is quite a responsibility; future parents need to be aware of that and prepared to attend all of their child's needs so it can grow well and happy.

Michael Bublé is no stranger when it comes to parenthood. On Sunday, March 25, 2018, the singer took the stage at the Juno Awards to serve as the ceremony's host.

While he was up there, the revered artist didn't miss the opportunity to announce that he and his wife, Luisana Lopilato, were expecting another baby, as reported by Today.

The news might have caught a lot of people by surprise. Everyone thought that Buble was only up there to honor the best of the best in Canadian music, so hearing him say those words was unexpected.

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The announcement came just a few minutes after the start of the ceremony. He addressed the crowd by saying that they had always loved and supported him and that they brought him luck.

According to the source, Bublé told those in attendance that when he hosted the Juno Awards for the first time, in Regina, Canada, he and his wife were expecting their first child, Noah, who is now 4 years old.

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That was when he broke the great news, to which the audience reacted very cheerfully. Then, the 13-time Juno Awards winner directed his gaze to Lopilato, who was among the crowd, and told her that he loved her.

As reported by Today, the couple, who also have a 2-year-old named Elias, is in a very happy place at the moment, but in 2016, they went through a very stressful and rough phase that forced Bublé to put his career on hold.

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The 42-year-old stopped touring and working on his projects to stay at home with his family after little Noah was diagnosed with liver cancer. Fortunately, last April, Lopilato revealed that her son was doing 'well.'

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