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Michael Bublé's Son Blows Him Away By Performing One Of His Songs After Recovering From Cancer

Michael Bublé's Son Blows Him Away By Performing One Of His Songs After Recovering From Cancer

The Canadian singer was fighting back tears as Noah played the song he learnt while his dad was on tour.

Michael Bublé has been blown away after his son learned one of his songs on the piano.

The Canadian singer uploaded a video to his social media accounts showing Noah play 'I'll Never Not Love You'.

He said his eight-year-old boy has 'more talent in his little fingers than I have in my whole body'.

In the video he wrote: "Noah surprised me after I was away on tour. He worked so hard to learn this song. So proud of my guy."

Bublé sang along to the track as his son belted out the notes on the piano.

He even admitted to choking up with tears during the duet as he was so amazed at Noah's skills.

People were touched by the beautiful moment, with one user writing: "I am not crying...I am not crying ! This is the sweetest thing I have ever laid my eyes on. From one parent to the other this is the greatest feeling."

Another added: "When he nails that syncopation and it’s so good it takes you off guard."

A third said: "As a mother to two boys, the look in your eyes fills me with so much happiness. Such pride! His talent and your smile."

Noah was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma, which is a type of liver cancer, back in 2016 when he was just a toddler.

When the diagnosis was revealed, Bublé and his wife Luisana released a statement that read: "We are devastated about the recent cancer diagnosis of our oldest son, Noah, who is currently undergoing treatment in the US.

"We have always been very vocal about the importance of family and the love we have for our children.

"Luisana and I have put our careers on hold in order to devote all our time and attention to helping Noah get well.

"At this difficult time, we ask only for your prayers and respect for our privacy.

"We have a long journey in front of us and hope that with the support of family, friends and fans around the world, we will win this battle, God willing."

According to Macmillan, 82 percent of children with cancer survive thanks to new treatment methods and quicker diagnosis.

Bublé says his life was turned upside down when he and Luisana were told of their son's condition.

He admits that it affected his singing career as he had to spend more time with his family.

"I didn’t know that at the time but, mentally, I was so unstable and vulnerable," he explained to The Mirror.

"I made a safe record with producers I liked and I just tried to protect myself and hold on to a career.

"But I feel really good now and I was raring to go — like this great weight had been lifted off me.

"My son was healthy, my kids and my wife were good, life is good. Why wouldn’t I just explode wanting to make an incredible record?"

Featured Image Credit: Michael Bublé/Instagram

Topics: Celebrity