The devastating battle
Nobody prepares a parent for such a terrible thing. There are no guidebooks or guidelines that instruct them how to deal with this situation. When Noah was diagnosed with liver cancer, it was the most horrifying news Bublé and his family have ever heard.
But luckily, the little boy won the disease. Now, Noah is 5 years old and he is on remission. However, the battle left a dark mark on his parents’ life – the mark that will never disappear. After the heart-wracking experience, Bublé wants to say goodbye to the second love of his life – music.
Leaving all behind
The Canadian crooner had an emotional interview with Daily Mail, which, he stated, was his last. He revealed that he no longer has the strength to live the public life. He wants to retire from his career and stop doing interviews, as well as using social media. Speaking about the impact of his son’s disease on his life, he said:
It’s been such a difficult exercise. It hurts me, and it hurts to talk about Noah because it’s not my story to tell, it’s his. But my whole being’s changed. My perception of life. I don’t know if I can even get through this conversation without crying. And I’ve never lost control of my emotions in public.
Bublé has been working on his new album, Love, which he calls the perfect record to finish his career with.
This is my last interview. I’m retiring from the business. I’ve made the perfect record and now I can leave at the very top.
The album is set to be released in November. However, not everyone believes it will be the last.
Is he really retiring?
At the same time, the journalist who made the interview said: "I don’t think he really means it." And fans can't believe that this is true.