Fans will not be missing the Canadian crooner’s voice serenading us this holiday season as Michael Bublé is coming back to our TV screens for his Sings and Swings Concert amid his 3-year-old son’s fight against cancer.
Through Michael Bublé Sings and Swings Concert, fans of the 41-year-old singer-songwriter will be swept away once again this year for his sixth annual concert special. The hour-long event that was taped in Manchester, England will air on Dec. 20 at 8 pm on NBC.
The concert will feature Michael Bublé’s signature pop hits and jazz standards as well as some singles from the singer’s album Nobody but Me. With that, the special promises a “show-stopping night with the Grammy-winning icon.”
Michael Bublé’s Son Fighting Cancer – Singer on Hiatus
Michael Bublé’s concert is pre-taped before the family discovered that their 3-year-old son Noah is fighting cancer. The child is diagnosed with liver cancer.
Following the devastating news, Michael Bublé and wife Luisana Lopalito have announced to the public that they will be withdrawing all work and professional commitments to prioritize their son’s health and medical needs. Along with the announcement is the family’s request for prayers and respect for privacy.
As of this time, Michael Bublé’s son is in the United States as he starts the long treatment process in fighting cancer. Positively, the family is hopeful that Noah can win over the sickness.
Bublé Family Stronger Together
The entire family of Michael Bublé is doing everything in their power to stay strong for Noah and keep the holiday spirit alive despite the challenge they are going through right now. And they are ensuring that Christmas will be extra special.
Noah’s aunt, Brandee Bublé, even went through all odds to get her hands on the toy which is Michael Bublé’s son’s dream present – the Hatchimal toy. Michael Bublé also made a special room for Noah to cater his needs now that he is fighting cancer in their new purpose-built home in Barnaby, Canada.
“There is a long journey ahead of us,” Michael Bublé said while hi son Noah is fighting cancer. However, with the “support of family, friends and fans around the world,” they hope “we will win this fight, God-willing.”
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