Fans fear Michael Bublé will retire after new album

Michael Buble and Luisana Lopilato are already proud parents to sons Noah and Elias

Michael Buble and Luisana Lopilato are already proud parents to sons Noah and Elias

Michael Bublé has announced his retirement following his sons battle with cancer.

We can't wait to hear the new record, but don't leave us Michael! But the ordeal made the Grammy-winning singer question his entire career.

He won't be using social media, conducting interviews or releasing music moving forward, apart from his final album.

The singer explained that he realised he had become too caught up in his own success and he can now no longer stomach "the celebrity narcissism". According to the article, he says, "I'm retiring from the business".

OK! online has contacted a representative for Michael Bublé for comment.

As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Buble and his wife Luisana Lopilato's world was turned upside down when they were told their eldest son, Noah, had cancer in November 2016 by a Los Angeles hospital after medics in her native Argentina had said they thought the youngster had mumps.

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As you may know, throughout Canada, Buble is a known star and national treasure.

The singer said that he was finished with fame and the anxiety that comes along with it and he admitted that "just wanted to die" after he learned that Noah was sick.

'My wife was the same and even though I was the stronger of the two of us, I wasn't strong. "My wife was... I'm sorry, I can't make it to the end of that sentence...let's just say we find out who we are with these things". "Because if this is all there is, there has to be something bigger", he continued.

Speaking about the tragedy of his son's diagnosis, he said: "My whole being has changed".

In an emotional interview with the Daily Mail, the 43-year-old spoke about his son's illness led his "perception of life" to change.

It seems he has also been on a life-changing personal journey which forced him to recognise he had been unhappy with his life and career even before Noah's diagnosis. "When this bad news came in I realized I wasn't having fun in the music business", he shared. "The diagnosis made me realise how stupid I'd been to worry about these unimportant things".

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